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1967 



Bates College 
Lewiston, Maine 



1967 
1T11RR0R 

staff 



Editor-in-Chief 

Dariel Shively '67 

Photography Editor 
Allan Hartwell '67 

Business Manager 
Barclay Dorman '68 



Editors 

Norrine Abbott '68, Administration 

Ingrid Earn '67, Seniors 

Holly Hagedorn '67, Copy 

Keith Harvie '67, Sports 

Gretchen Hess '68, Special Events 

Sue Janssen '68, Academics 

Lynn Johnston '67, Organizations and Activities 

Judy Lanouette '67, Office Manager 



Assistants 

Jane Aaron '68, Dick Alexander '68, Liz Clark '67, Carol Egan '68, Jo-Ann 
French '68, Nancy Goddard '67, Jerry Grossman '68, Tim Hall '67, Al Hirsch- 
feld '69, Gretchen Holzhauer '70, Jane Hurd '68, Cyndee Keen '70, Lin Kirk- 
land '67, John Lanza '67, Jim Ledley '69, Nancy Long '67, Elaine Makas '67, 
Ron Marsh '68, Kelley Matzen '69, Betty Millar '68, Jean Montgomery '68, 
Steve Pedersen '69, Anita Preston '67, Jim Searles '70, Martha Soltvedt '69, 
Bitsy Thompson '68, Paul Weed '70, Judy Werner '70, Jon Wilska '67. 



4 Dedication 
6 The President 



8 In the Morning 

English — History — Economics, Sociology, Government — 
Cultural Heritage — German, Spanish, French — Speech — 
Philosophy, Religion — Mathematics, Psychology — House- 
mothers, Infirmary, Gnomes — Administration — Deans and 
Dana Scholars 

32 In the Afternoon 

Chemistry — Biology — Physics and Astronomy — Geology, 
Education, Secretarial Studies — Art — Elections — Women's 
Sports — Intramurals, Club Teams — Athletic Teams — Indoor 
Track — Spring Track, Baseball 

64 At Night 

Basketball — Music — Student Government — Campus Asso- 
ciation, Outing Club — Publications — Debate Council, Robin- 
son Players — Language Clubs — Jordan Ramsdell, Lawrence 
Chemical Society, Student Education Association — CHDC, 
WRJR — International Students, Sociology and History Clubs 
— Libe — Concerts and Lectures 

98 On the Weekend 

Hazing — Saturday Night — Football — Soccer — "Servant of 
Two Masters" — Sadie Hawkins — Back-To-Bates — Winter 
Carnival — Ivy Day — O C Trips — Popham — Chapel — Di- 
ning Halls — Wilberforce, FMC — JYA — Finals 

146 At Commencement 

Commencement Weekend — Seniors 

188 Advertising 

Advertising, Senior Directory — Faculty Directory, Production 

Notes 



contents 



dedication 



Debate 
Coach 





Speech 
Professor 



To Brooks Quimby 



For forty-four years of commitment to excel- 
lence at Bates 



Men Varsity Debaters, 1915-1916. 
Seated: Mervin Ames '19, Charles Chayer 17, 
Brooks Quimby '18, Kenneth Wilson '17; Stand- 
ing: Arthur Purinton '17, Donald Stimpson '18, 
Julian Coleman '18, Arthur Dyer '17. 





May your garden flourish, Professor. 



the president 




. just around the corner of time ..." 

— President Thomas Hedley Reynolds 




From the new president's opening address in 
January there has been an air of eagerness, 
alertness, and improving change at Bates. Not 
only is his door open to students and faculty, 
but he has sought them out to discover how its 
president can best serve this college. Bates is 
wide open: a new tradition of excellence is 
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TEACHER WITH ONE LEG IN THE AIR, SHIVA ON 
THE WINDOW SILL, A SILLY IMITATION OF 
CHARLIE CHAPLIN AS RHETORICIAN 

Summon 

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sentences 

like penguins, Orator, make them stand in front of students 

like cantatas, not canned goods, but wild or mild true ones, 

send them home for storms of pearls, send them hither for mother 

and dad; 

ride on the horses 

like cavaliers smiling, shoot the arrows 

like flowers trailing (not footnotes) into the Air; 

operas are made 

every minute, nurses negligent dangle 
like Odysseus' unfaithful maids, but 
true nymphs number the symphony's water 
like caressing wonders; wherever the swimmers 
turn they hear the Song; quiet; one says and 
some others Agree 
as they Sleep 
with no thought 
and drift 

O and drift 

— by John Tagliabue 



Senior Major Brit, enthralls Carol Johnson, Liz Clark and Gary Chamberlain. 



Mr. Tagliabue 



Mr. Hannum 






History 





Jeff Larson earnestly takes notes, 
while fellow classmates Linda 
Robinson, Dan Johnson, Gene 
Schiller, Jim Glinski, Bob Aimo, 
Jeff Amos, Mike Slavit, and Dave 
Cavagnero rest their pens. 




Mr. Healy 



Mr. Niehaus 



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Social Sciences: 



Economics, Sociology, 




Mr. Chances 



Mr. Fetter 




Mr. Williams 



Mr. Walther 





Mr. Hodgkin 




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Cultural Heritage 




Mr. Anderson 



Mr. Hannum 



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Mr. Niehaus 




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German, Spanish, French 




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Speech 




Mr. Quimby 



Miss Schaeffer 






Mr. Warye 



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The campus during second semester finals. Unspeakable. 



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Philosophy 




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Mr. D'AIfonso 



Mr. Anderson 




Mr. Chan 





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Religion 




Mathematics 




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Psychology 




Teaching machines are efficient, but without the presence of a professor 
programmed lesson in statistics has uninspiring moments. 





Mr. McCreary 



Dana Dertinger '67, Bill Tucker '67, Hartimi Sakaguchi '68, Joe Ia- 
cobellis '67, Barb Hendrick '68, and Jo-Ann French '68 watch a dem- 
onstration in the experimental psych lab. 



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Housemothers, 



Infirmary, 



Three of the women's housemothers, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. 
Towne, and Mrs. Cowan enjoy tea and conversation at an 
informal gathering. 




Miss Johnson and Miss Abbott take a quick break from infirmary duties to 
enjoy Life. 



Mrs. Maclntire and Mrs. Keef, along with the hostess, Mrs. 
Lane, chat and compare notes about college behavior. 




The men's housemothers, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Evans, and Mrs. Sennett, 
watch over the dorms on the masculine side of campus. 




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Gnomes 




A familiar sound on an October day is the roar of the faithful mulching machines. 



Mr. Johnson studies a map of the campus, carefully noting all buildings 
while planning future construction. 





While Bates students sleep, the machinery which keeps the buildings 
in working conditions throbs on, watched by one man. 



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Some gnomes are lucky enough to ride the mulching 
apparatus, oblivious to student protests and Cultch 
lectures about the beauty of leaves. 




Chuck Learned performs a vital service of pro- 
viding students confined in the infirmary with 
the latest Batesy meal. 




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Administration 






***** 





«moo»r. 



Norm Ross gets away from the Treasurer's office 
for an hour on the courts. 



Mrs.. Taylor records another overcut in Cultch 
Mass Lecture. 



In the Student Aid Office, Mrs. Bouvier 
advises Steve Karkos '70. 



Art Griffiths prepares an enlargement for 
the 1968 catalogue. 




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Mr. Jackson checks the till to assure himself that 
we're still solvent 



The Deans and The Dana Scholars 




Dean of Admissions Lindholm is not interviewing a sub-frosh 
here. The open collar and absence of jacket testifies to a Batesy 
status already achieved. 



Dean of the Faculty, George Healy, 
seems rarely able to forget his con- 
cerns with committee work, teaching 
quality, and JYA, except, perhaps, 
when he is describing Louis XVI's 
flight from Paris or Robespierre's of- 
ficial institution of the Religion of 
Reason to his French history class. 




Dean Randall assumes her familiar stance behind cookies and 
tea. 



The Dean of Men also uses refreshments as an 
attraction for students who do not fall into his 
path from off the straight and narrow. 



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The Dana Scholars gather for 
luncheon with campus administra- 
tion and faculty members. Here, 
Andrea Peterson serves Mrs. Phil- 
lips who is lunching with a schol- 
ar and Mr. Annett. 



Elected during the summer of their freshman year, the Dana Scholars serve as guides for sub- 
frosh, among their other campus duties. Here, Kitty Earle is ready for Marie Jackson to bring 
dessert; Dean Lindholm is worrying about something else. 



Debby DiDominicus and Howard Melnick are among the twenty students chosen from their class 
for leadership potential, service, and character. Jayne Arnold serves while Dean Randall is en- 
grossed in another intriguing conversation. 







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Dr. Briggs, Colin Fuller and supply supervisor Thompson haggle over equipment 
for organic. 



Freshman Pam Collins is trapped in the organic 
lab. 



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Mr. Boyles 



Mr. Morrill offers assistance to the 
freshman labs. 



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Professors Boyles, Stauffer, Briggs 




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Mr. Chute 





Mr. Hackett 



A visiting speaker from Yale University speaks to biology students George Nickerson, Don 
MacLachlan, Bruce Peterson and Barry Richelsoph about the use of the microscope and neu- 
ral pathways. 




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Diane Douthwright, Pam 
Decker, Al Anderson look 
for "specimens" on a bot- 
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Steve Pedersen an 
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Geology 






"I don't know, Doc; do they look friendly to you?" It is really just fog descending over 
Mt. Katahdin that field tripping geologists, Bruce Wilson, Dariel Shively, Bonney Nick- 
erson, Prof. Farnsworth, Bruce . Boulet, and Sue Spalding puzzle over. 

















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Cindy Perkins, Ted Bradstreet, Sue Spalding, Bruce Wilson and Martha Tillson learn to operate a 
manual drill rig as part of a sedimentation course. They really don't expect to find oil in the gravel 
pit: it's all part of a liberal arts education. 



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Education 



Secretarial Studies 




Mr. Cummins 



Mr. Margarones 





Art 




This painting by Kathy Koch is still hanging in the Bates permanent collections 
in Hathorn or Chase. 



Greg Egner seems to be at one with his work. 




Since there has been an art department at Bates (since the 
sophomore year of the Class of '67) Mr. Mitchell has done 
much to improve the Treat Gallery. Having remodelled it to 
dispel the maze-like effect of the old peg board partitions, 
he has kept it active with visiting exhibits of modern artists 
along with displays of a more "Cultchy" interest. 




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Mr. Mitchell 




Students must capture the action in 
Juliette's pose in 15 seconds. 




Andrea McGinley, '70, models for a life drawing class against a 
background of self-portraits done earlier in the painting class. Just 
barely identifiable they are, from left to right above the black- 
board: Kathy Koch, Judy Werner, Ann Warren, Greg Egner, Elaine 
Beede, Jim Fiske, Ken Lynch, Jim Filakosky, and Nancy Harrison. 




Elections On and Off Campus 



John WiLson 
For Ad. Board 




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Write-in 

ROBERT M CHUTE 
FOR CONGRESS 



"YOU DO 

NOT CORRECT 

POLITICAL 

MISTAKES 

WITH 

SOLDIERS' 

LIVES'' 



TO WRITE-IN ROBERT CHUTE S 
NAME AND VOTE A STRAIGHT 
TICKET 
T. CROSS OUT FOIEY OR 

HATHAWAY S NAM£ 

2 WRITE-IN CHUTES NAME 

3 PUT X IN SPACE NEXT TO 
CHUTE S NAME 




DON'T 

WASTE 
YOUR 
VOTE 



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TO WRITE IN ROBERT CHUTE S 

NAME BUT NOT VOTE THE STRAIGHT 

TICKET 

1 VOTE FOR EACH CANDIDATE 
OF YOUR CHOICE 

2 WRITE-IN CHUTE S NAME IN 
SPACE UNDER FOLEY OR 
HATHAWAY DO NOT CROSS 
OUT 

3 PUT AN X NEXT TO 
CHUTES NAME 



YOU MAY TAKE THi> SHEET TO THE VOTING BOOTH 

PAID FOP BY FRIENDS OF ROBERT CHUTE 



CHUTE 

* CONGRESS 



Dr. Chute ran for Congress from his district as a 
peace candidate on the Viet Nam issue. One of his 
aims was to force the other candidates to take a stand 
on this question. 





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Women's Sports 




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Women's Sports 




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In addition to field hockey and volleyball, the Women's Athletic and Recreation Associa- 
tion also held Bowling and Basketball playdays in their interscholstic sports program. 
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Intramurals and Club Teams 




The "Fearless Leader" Butch Bradford moves down the slalom course in a practice run. On the snow . . . members of the Bates Ski Club improved steadily as they moved into 

This season also saw Butch making use of his organizational ability to help the club the upper ranks of New England small college teams, 

through its second year. 



Junior Harry Mahar 
combined with Fresh- 
man Jay Parker and 
Sandy Nesbitt in the 
slalom and down-hill 
to give Bates valuable 
points. 




Experienced skiers like 
Steve Lee provided depth 
for the Ski Club in its 
sophomore year. 






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On the field . . . the football squads from each of the dorms clashed in intramural action. 
Below, charging linemen Bob Fair and Chuck Rolfe close in on Roger Bill quarter-back 
Dennis Eagleson. 

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On the ice . . . Bates hockey enthusiasts joined together to form a club team to play 
in St. Dominic's Arena. Larry Power skates the puck down the ice toward the net 
and another goal. 



Indoor Track 



A worried Coach Slovenski 
checks last minute details. 





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Ed Hibbard and Chris Moss- 
berg congratulate their fellow 
pole-vaulter Dennis Eagleson 
after he vaulted 12' 6". 



Lou Weinstein joined with 
Marty Sauer and Story Fish to 
continue a Bates tradition of 
fine weight men. 



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Track 




Jeff Larsen and Lloyd Geggatt 
stride past the half-mile mark on 
their way to another fine perform- 
ance. 



Strong striding Gary Harris "kicks" in 
to provide an exciting finish in the 1000 
yard run. 





Ed Jahngen combined with Mike Corry, Toby 
Tighe, and Star Needles to make the high jump 
the thinclad's strongest event. 



Ex-Marine Tom Doyle produced value 
points in the mile and two mile. 




Record setting Gary Higgins defeats B.U.'s Olympic hopeful Dave Hemery in 
the 45 yard dash. 



Against Holy Cross Paul Williams leads in the hurdles 
followed closely by Gary Chamberlain. 



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Indoor Track Scores 
Won 7 Lost 3 

Northeastern 74 

M.I.T. 44 

B.U 61 

U. Conn 35 

U.N.H 30 

Colby 21 

Vermont 24 

Tufts 64 

Holy Cross 36 

Bowdoin 41 



Freshman Dave Seymour adds 5 points in the 
Broad Jump to become the team's leading scorer. 





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Spring Track 



Red-headed Paul Williams, state champion in the 120 high hurdles and 
440 intermediate hurdles, demonstrates his winning ways against North- 



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A return to top vaulting form 
lead Chris Mossberg to his third 
State Championship in the pole 
vault. 




Right: Ed Hibbard makes the baton pass to Cal 
Fisher in the mile relay. Far right: Captain-elect 
Toby Tighe takes his first jump of the afternoon 
at 5'10". 



Blasting out of the starting blocks in the 100 yard dash are 
Dave Seymour, Gary Higgins, and Paul Argazzi. Higgins 
became one of the top dashmen in Bates history when he 
tied the 100 yard dash record against the University of 
Maine. 





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Baseball 




First base coach Bob Walenski 
looks on as a Bobcat takes a base- 
on-balls from the Bowdoin pitcher. 




Freshman Steve Kardos takes a 
hefty swing at the ball. 





The Bobcat relief pitchers smile happily as Bates retains control 
of the game. 




"^ Captain Bob Bowden races down 
the first base line to beat out a 
base hit. 



Jim Alden hits a hard line drive 
in pre-game batting practice. 




Athletic Teams 




1966 Soccer Squad 
Front row: C. Mossberg, W. Leadbetter, K. Burgess, E. Bolger, J. Hennessey, J. Dono- Third row: R. Gott, manager; D. Geissler, G. S. McKnight, M. Brickley, A. Tolman, 

van, B. Peterson, S. Johansson, E. Wells, J. Recchia, F. Kirembu, K. Bradford, W. G. Nyundo, R. Poole, M. Slavit, P. Latham, B, Plichta, D. Youker, E. Hibbard, R. 

Schwarz. Second row: H. Dickert, J. Stratton, C. Fuller, J, King, F. Moriuchi, H. Pool, Coach Wigton. 

Mahar, R. Fredericks, W. Hammerstrom, J. O'Neil, P. Williams, D. Hart, J. Gobber. 



1966 Cross Country Team 
Front row: J. Larsen, A. Williams, L. Geggatt, 
W. Paton. Standing: Coach Slovenski, T. Doyle, 
C. Bertelo, J. Baldwin, R. Thomas, R. Coolidge. 



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1966 Football Squad 
Front row: S. Boyko, S. Karkos, J. Shea, D. Hansen, J. Parker, M. Overstreet. Murphy, M. Morin, R. Nelson, M. Nolan, M. Kearney, D. Campion, J. Scurgis, 

Second row: G. Edlin, J. Wilska, J. Ladik, M. Traverso, W. Brunot, G. Ireland, S. Andrick, M. Bergeron. Fourth row: J. Wilson, J. LaChance, G. Mara, W, For- 

R. Marecaux, K. Murphy, W. Rafter, T. Flach, C. Stone, C. Lockhart, J. Lyons. tenberry, G Harris, T. Lopez, P. Mezza, S. Spinosa, C Fisher, M. Oristano, D. 

Third row: A. Nesbitt, R. Magnan, B. Winslow, W. Jackson, G Morrison, J. Houston, S. Brown. 








Athletic Teams 



1966-1967 Basketball Team 
Front row: I. Mahakian, M. Schulkin, K. Lynch, H. Alexander, J. Alden. 
Second row: J. Murphy, J. Hudec, L. Flynn, J. Pickard, T. Gardner, Coach 
Wigton. Third row: B. Lutz, D. Weaver, J. King, T. Haver, D. Geissler. 





ROW 1: E. Jahngen, M. Sauer, L. Hathaway, P. Argazzi, C. Mossberg, K. Harvie, G. 
Pierce, G. Chamberlain, D. Eagleson, P. Manganello, L. Weinstein, C. Bertelo. ROW 2: 
Coach Slovenski, S. Lyford, J. Wells, C. Tetro, W. Richmond, J. Levine, G. Higgins, 
G. Harris, C. Fuller, T. Tighe, S. Taylor, S. Fish. ROW 3: T. Doyle, J. Larsen, L. Geg- 
gatt, W. Patton, B. Giordano, R. Bryant, C. Fisher, D. Carlson, E. Sudol, S. Erickson, 



1966-1967 Track Team 



G. Ackroyd, J. Wilkes. ROW 4: R. Janson, R. Thomas, S. Needles, C. Coolidge, M. 
Rossi, M. Corey, E. Hibbard, D. Seymour, K. Tynan, A. Williams, D. Baker. ROW 4: 
D. Paine, D. Cavagnero, R. Beverage, D. Toran, J. Mastone, W. Perkins, E. Bye, C. 
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1967 Baseball Team 
Front row: J. King, D. Nash, J. Pickard, S. Erikson, D. Greene, R. Bowden, M. Schulkin, R. 
Walenski, J. Hudec, G. Harris, D. Rodgers. Second row: Coach Leahy, J, Goober, H. Johnson, 
B. Gumbell, W. Penders, S. Karkos, S. Boyko, D. Hanson, A. Halper, S. Andrick, B. Lutz, A. 
Nesbitt, R. Gelles. 




1967 Golf Team 
Art Johnson '69, Albert Fleury '68, 
Wayne Sims '69, Alan Korpi '68, 
David Bourne '70, Al Anderson '69, 
Bruce Plichta '70. 



1967 Tennis Team 
Phil Herzog '68, Bill Garfield '67, Blake Swan '69, Bob 
Fredericks '67, Sid Gottlieb '69, Thomas Archambault '69, 
Dennis Albert '69, Mark Russo '70, Dwight Peavey '70. 




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Basketball 




Sharp shooting Marc Schulkin lines up a jump shot on the 
M.I.T. basket. 



Breaking through for a lay-up is Jim Alden, captain-elect for '68. 



Ira Mahakian slips by the defense to build up a Bobcat lead. 




The Dixieland sounds of Bates musicians 
fill in the half-time void. 



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Slow developing Jim Brown blossomed in his Senior year to 
take over a starting position. 



Spectacular Howie Alexander executes another impossible shot with 
finesse. 



Coach Wigton presents Howie a basketball in commemoration of his one 
thousandth point. 



Basketball Scores: 

Bates 85 

Bates 88 

Bates 64 

Bates 81 

Bates 78 

Bates 78 

Bates 64 

Bates 55 

Bates 77 

Bates 72 

Bates 91 

Bates 73 



Bates 118 

Merrimack 103 Bates 116 

Brandeis 83 Bates 76 

St. Anselm's 87 Bates 92 

Central Conn. ... 100 Bates 81 

Tufts 83 Bates 93 

Colby 76 Bates 93 

Williams 93 Bates 86 

M.I.T 80 Bates 62 

Assumption 106 Bates 80 

M.I.T 100 Bates 77 

U.N.H. 97 Bates 80 

Northeastern 102 Bates 77 




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Maine 

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Maine 

Tufts 

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Colby 

Hartford 

Springfield 

Bowdoin 

Bowdoin 



Basketball 




In a quiet pre-game huddle Coach "Wigton gives his 
team encouragement. 




The vivacious Bates cheerleaders, 
Vicki Schlieder, Judy Johnson, 
Jody DeYoung, Debbie Bliss, and 
Jane Hippe, rally crowd support 
behind the Bobcat Five. 




Hustling guard Don Geissler brings the ball down the 
court after the opening "tap" against Maine. 



Northeastern is forced to shoot from the outside by a tena- 
cious defense. 




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Roaring with delight the Bates crowd demon- 
strates the enthusiasm that has made it "Fam- 



Captain Ken Lynch hooks in 
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The Band leads football fans in a rally 
parade around campus collecting them 
for pre-game assembly Friday night. 



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Music 



The Deansmen held an informal concert on Hathorn 
steps late in the fall. 




The Dixieland jazz band supplied half 
time entertainment for the 1966-67 bas 
ketball season. 




Student Government 




Peter Burrill Beekman, Ad Board chairman 




Ellen Feld represents the junior class and Don Bean the Outing 
Club on the Ad Board. 





Responsible for dormitory life on the men's side of campus, Men's Council members Bill Tucker 
'67, Barclay Dorman '68, Vice-President Wyland Leadbetter '67, and President Chris Mossberg '67 



Carol Renaud sits for the Chase 
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Women's Council members, the president proctors of each house, are lined up to solemnize the 
freshmen's initiation into the honor system. 




Linda Rothman and Katherine McCabe sign the honor book along 
with the rest of their class after having studied and learned the 
Blue Book. 




Through the Jud Board the student body assumes responsibility for student conduct 



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Outing Club Council, Campus Association 





Outing Club meetings are always well attended since this organization is the last bastion of a 
limited cut system at Bates. 



Bill Ramsey conducts a C.A. college level seminar on 
the English novel for Lewiston High School students. 




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Advisor Brown cradles dearly beloved 
Andy Kusmin, Andrea Peterson, Sue 
Miller, Dave Burtt, and Chuck Learned 
in a C.A. cabinet meeting. 



As winter activities are coming to dom- 
inate the O.C. program, council member 
K. C. Putnam works to keep the snow- 
shoes in shape. 



Craig Lindell, President Bruce Lyman, Don Miller, and Barb Prentice discuss one of 
the C.A.'s many campus service projects: concerts and lectures, parties for under- 
privileged children, service projects at Pineland and C.M.G., college exchanges, chapel 
programs, seminars for high school children, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. 




Molly Anderson, Sue Gangemi, and Kitty Earle are assembled to assemble some of 
this year's elaborate Carnival decorations. 





A raspberry from President Don Bean and the cold stare of Secretary Beth 
Patton are needed to keep order in the weekly Outing Club Council meetings. 




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Publishing Association 




Discussing constitutional changes at a P. A. meeting are 
Barclay Dorman, Dariel Shively, Pat Korbl, Norrine Ab- 
bott, Wy Leadbetter, Geoff Boyer, Ken Burgess, and 
Jeff Raff. 




The members of the P. A. include the editors of the Bates Student, Ken 
Burgess, '67; The Garnet, Jeff Raff, '68; and The Mirror, Dariel Shively, 
'67; as well as the business managers of the publications and junior and 
senior class representatives: Wyland Leadbetter, '67, Student business man- 



ager; Barclay Dorman, '68, Mirror business manager; Allan Hartwell, '67; 
Pat Korol, '67; Andrea Peterson, '67; Norrine Abbott, '68, secretary; Jerry 
Grossman, '68; Bill Norris, '68; and Geoff Boyer, '67, president. 



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The Bates Student 




Planning next week's news are editors Alan Lewis, Barb Hoadley, Dave Dykstra, Ken Burgess, Pat 
Korol, and Jon Wilska. 



The managing editor, Barbara Hoadley, and 
layout editor, Pat Korol, put the paper to 
bed every Monday afternoon with the help 
of several assistants. 




The Editor-in-chief, Ken Burgess, must be respon- 
sible for small details as well as the big picture. 



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The Mirror 



At the right, top, Dariel Shiveiy, '67, explains some detail of the yearbook plan 
to next year's editor, Norrine Abbott. Center, special events editor Gretchen Hess, 
'68, examines some negatives she took of hazing activities in the women's dorms 
with activities editor, Lynn Johnston, '67. Below, copy editor Holly Hagedorn 
works up snappy captions or tries to identify unknown freshmen with her chief 
assistant Liz Clark. 



Photographer and sine qua non of the 
yearbook, Allan Hartwell chuckles 
over some of his negs. 



Senior section editor Ingrid Earn, '67, explains her 
progress to Dr. Leamon, Mirror advisor, below. 
Office manager Judy Lanouette and assistant Elaine 
Makas get things in order, below right. 





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Andrew Besch 
Arlene Oliveira 
Gary Chamberlain 
Douglas Camarco 



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at Lewiston, Maine 
by the students of Bates College 



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Debate Council 





Having finished an excellent sea- 
son, varsity debaters Max Stein- 
heimer, Bill Norris, Howard Mel- 
nick, Sue Francis, and Alan Lewis 
let loose at the podium. Their 
colleague Charlotte Singer is not 
pictured. 




Professor Quimby helps his squad with the 
line of logic and argument that must be the 
foundation of a good debate case. 




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Hamming it up on the set for Servant of 
Two Masters are Rob Players President Les- 
lie Stewart, Secretary Barb Prentice, Vice- 
President Vincent Pollina, and Member-at- 
Large Suzanne Johnson. On the ladder at 
right is Bert Armington '67, set director for 
this year's major production. 



Rob Players presented Ionesco's The Lesson at one of their regular 
monthly meetings. 




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French and Spanish Clubs 





Spanish Club members Mary Cheney "70, Ken Blank '67, Nancy Carvalho '67, Gayle Jordan '69, 
Alice Rump '70, and Ron Marsh '68, meet with Miss Garcelon and a visiting student from Cuba. 



Dick Kilbourne '67, calls the meeting to order as other French Club members 
Jeanette Smith '67, and Nancy Long '67, are absorbed in some other business 
going on. 




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Jordan Ramsdell 



A meeting of the Jordan Ramsdell Scientific Society 
(left) is led by President Bruce Peterson (below). 




Lawrence Chemical Society 



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Only chemistry majors and professors attend the meetings of Lawrence Chem. 




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Armed with hammer, soldering gun, and 
determination, technical director Chuck 
Pfaffmann hunts down a short circuit in 
the dismantled console. 



"But would Mr. Warye go along with it?" it the question confronting General Manager Dave 
Sutherland and Executive Secretary Penny Gile at an informal organizational meeting. 





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With tape and scissors as standard equipment, Business Manager and Record 
Librarian, Nancy Stewart, catalogues L.P.'s. 

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Cathy Southall, Ingrid Earn, 
Rich Gelles, Jim Gallagher, 
Glenn Pierce, Gail Martin, 
Judy Lanouette, and Mari- 
lynn Coughlin review plans 
for Homecoming dances. 




At a weekly meeting of the Chase Hall Committee, 1966-67 Chairman 
Carol Renaud leads a discussion of ideas for the Chase Hall Weekend 
in March. Previously, the committee voted to change the name of the 
organization to Chase Hall Committee because the activities they spon- 
sored ranged beyond dances alone. 



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Martha Buzzell suggests possible en- 
tertainment for an open house at 
Chase Hall to committee members 
Gail Martin, Judy Lanouette, Marilyn 
Coughlin, Jody DeYoung, Mark Hor- 
ton, Sue Miller, Sue Pendleton, Ann 
Kingwill, Karen Konecki, Julie Seebe, 
Pam Johnson, and Jim Sawdy. 



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Jim Sawdy, elected 1967-68 Chairman, suggests long-range 
possibilities for the fall. 



International Students, 



History Club, 




At the first major event' sponsored by the ISC, foreign students at Bates, JYA and AFS "returnees" 
and foreign students on exchange for the year in Maine gathered in the Skelton Lounge for a 
social. They exchanged folk songs and experiences. The primary aim of the new club, besides 
broadening experience and contact, is to have a permanent body af Batesies to help foreign students 
feel at home in the United States when they first come to this country, and during vacations, as wel 
as while they are on campus. 



Sociology Club 



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Although they generally met in the familiar rooms of Libbey, History Club 
members enjoyed a somewhat livelier fare, when, for instance, Dr. Fetter and 
Bob Cornell discussed their experienc of modrn Russia or Mr. Fan and Mr. 



Cameron explored the historical and political background of the Chinese cul- 
tural revolution and the little red nug book on the wisdom of Chairman Mao. 




Sociology Club managed to escape the unsociable halls to the more con- 
genial atmosphere of Skelton Lounge or a backyard barbecue for their 
meetings. 




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Library displays such as this one arranged by Mrs. Brown, composed of momentos brought back 
by students studying abroad last year, are changed periodically. 



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Penny Miles and Rebecca Freeman relax. 



The library staff from left to right is Mrs. Doris Laverdiere, Mrs. Mary Riley, Mrs. Dorothy Annett, 
Mrs. Jane P'An, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Miss Iva Foster, Head Librarian, Mrs. A. Katherine Ding- 
man, Miss Mary Atchinson, and Miss Ruth Andrews who was absent from the photo. 










Paul Hardy spends an evening isolated in 
the stacks "concentrating." 



Janet Rush ton listens closely to Steve Erick- 
son's explanation in a quiet corner in the 
upper libe. 



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Concert and Lectures 





The Indianapolis Symphony and pianist Friedrich 
Wuhrer provided two of the outstanding musical 
programs of the Concert and Lecture series. 



Marta Becket's Dance Mime kept 
the little theater audience chuckl- 
ing for nearly two hours. 



Wuhrer 



After his discussion of "The Social Critic" before a fiilled 
chapel cartoonist and satirist Jules FeifTer chatted with stu- 
dents at some length in the cozy "Green Room'* beneath the 
Little Theater. 



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There was "standing room only" and not much of 
that when Dr. William Hamilton presented his 
now famous arguments on the death of God. This 
was the second annual Zerby Lecture sponsored by 
the C.A. God is still one of the hottest subjects on 
campus, vying only with Viet Nam and the 4/3. 



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In a couple of early-in-the-year attempts to stimulate extra- 
curricular thought and discussion, Mr. Straub and Mr. Cam- 
eron presented lectures on subjects that were of personal as 
well as intellectual and cultural interest. Mr. Cameron of- 
fered the "rational" analysis of the Viet Nam situation, keep- 
ing himself as free as possible from blatant ideological bias 
with his suggestion that U.S. military might is a fact that we 
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Hazing and Orientation 




Haze day is nothing to be afraid of, it's simply another friendly Bates tradition. Two members of 
the class of '70 are conquering the Batesy "Hi." 



After Stanton Ride Karen Drexler '70 discovers the proper use of 
this Bates specialty. 




Peter Johnson '70, starts his own personal library. 

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Greg Currier '69, helps Sam Dyer 
'70, get the full flavor from a 
Bates meal. 




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Saturday Night 




In the projection booth, Walter Pearson threads 
the second projector so there will be minimum 
waiting time between reels. 



Rick Powers and Sue Tetro enjoy the large-screen-small-picture effect featured at many Saturday 
night movies in the Little Theater. 




Sue Evans and Clifford Moore wait at the 
box. office to get tickets from Miss Schaeffer 
and Margaret Smith for a movie sponsored 
by the Rob Players Film Committee. Ticket 
sales went up this year since the Committee, 
chaired by Mike Lindblom, has chosen pop- 
ular entertainment just recently off the cine- 
ma circuit. 





Cathy Southall and Larry Hathaway "stamp" Ken 
Josselyn and his date, admitting them to the Chase 
Hall dance. They join Ken Keenan and Leslie 
Lynch who are responding energetically to the 
music supplied by "Hanseatic League." Vocalist 
Larry Powers is joined by Gary Earle at the key- 
board, Mac Reed on drums, Richard Hager and 
Mark Horton on electric guitar. 



Lower Chase Hall provides facilities for billiard 
enthusiasts Dave Campion, Ed deLuccia, and Steve 
Record. 





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Football 




Debby Bliss '69, Janet Drewiany '69, Judy Johnson '67, 
Jody DeYoung '69, Vicki Schlieder '69, Judy Lanouette '67, 
Jane Hippe '69, and Diane MacGillivray '68 form the cheer- 
ing line. 




Jerry, the team's mascot, talks over a 
play with Bobcat John Donovan '68. 



Ralph Tetu, equipment manager for the 
Bobcats, is the hidden genius of the 
athletic department. 





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Football 





Jim Murphy displays the fine passing from that brought him several 
Bates records and the E.C.A.C. Sophomore of the Year honor. 



On the side lines coach Bob Flynn displays the spirited determination 
needed for victory. 



The Bates line provides excellent pass protection for 
quarterback Jim Murphy in the C.B.B. game against 
Bowdoin. 




Head coach Bob Hatch goes over his 
well-planned game strategy with captain 
Gerry Ireland. 




Scores 

Bates 33 St. Lawrence 19 

Bates 26 Norwich 

Bates 8 Trinity 24 

Bates 21 W.P.I 8 

Bates 33 A.I.C 22 

Bates 19 Middlebury 20 

Bates 35 Bowdoin 13 

Bates 28 Colby 7 




All-New England end Bruce Winslow leaps above two Bow- 
doin defenders to puli down one of his ten record-setting 
touchdown pass receptions. 



Bobcat gridsters take a well-deserved rest before the ball 
exchanges hands again. The two platoon system made it 
possible for many players to participate in the greater team 
effort. 




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Under the direction of backfield coach Chick Leahy Bob- 
cat backs established several new Bates records. 



The big Bobcat defense overwhelms the A.I.C. quarterback who barely manages 
to get his pass off. One of the major factors in the Bates success during the 
season was the consistent performances of many fine players. 



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Senior Tom Flach, a 
consistent three year 
performer, picks up 
a first down in his 
final college game. 
The big victory over 
Colby brought the 
Bobcats the first out- 
right C.B.B. title. 



Leading Bates ground gainer Sandy Nesbitt utilized fine blocking on his way to 
another long gain. A fine passing game and a balanced running attack accounted 
for a 330 yards per game average, a new Bates record. 



Powerful freshman halfback Don Hansen 
finds daylight on an end sweep. 





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The A. I.C. line fails to stop 
rugged fullback Bill Rafter 
from getting a decisive first 
down. 



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Versatile John Lyons breaks away from a Bowdoin defender on a long 
punt return. The highest scoring Bates team in history rolled over Bow- 
doin by the largest margin in the annals of the rivalry. 




Another winning season and the C.B.B. crown! 



A strong defensive twosome of Kevin Murphy and Roger Marecaux show their 
pleasure at having held the opponents to a standstill. 



The thrill of victory is displayed by Bob Nelson, Gerry Ireland and Sal Spinosa. 




Cross Country 





The record breaking Bobcat cross country team is off the mark in a meet 
against State rival Bowdoin. 




Captain John Baldwin endures 
the loneliness of the long 
distance runner as he strides 
around Garcelon Field. 



Freshman standouts Geggatt, 
Larsen, Doyle, and Coolidge 
combine with sophomore Bob 
• Thomas for the victory over 
Colby. 




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Coach Walt Slovenski rallies his hard working 
charges to another victory in a fine 7-1 season. 



Bates takes the lead coming down Bardwell 
Street early in the grueling 4.5 mile race. 




The record setting duo of Tom Doyle and Jeff Larsen push by a 
Bowdoin runner on a turn around Lake Andrews. Bates records 
fell as Doyle, Larsen, and Geggatt all bettered the course mark. 



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Cross-Country Scores 








Won 7 Lost 1 




Bates 


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Bently 


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Bates 


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St. Anselm's 


48 


Bates 


20 


WPI 


41 


Bates 


15 


Clark 


50 


Bates 


48 


UNH 


25 






BU 


58 


Bates 


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Colby Invitational 




Bates 


2nd 


Easterns (Freshman) 




Bates 


23 


Bowdoin 


34 


Bates 


20 


Colby 


41 


Bates 


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New Englands (Freshman) 




Bates 


5th 


ICAAAA (Freshman) 





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The regulars take a rest in the fourth quarter after rolling up 
a decisive lead against the University of Hartford. 



Soccer Scores 
Won 10 Lost 4 

Bates 2 Clark 

Bates 5 Babson 2 

Bates 3 Maine 

Brandeis 1 

Hartford 

B.U. 1 

Bridgeport 2 

Nasson 1 

Bowdoin 3 

U.N.H 1 

Colby 2 

Bates Bowdoin 3 

Bates 2 Maine 1 

Bates 3 Colby 1 



Bates 3 

Bates 7 

Bates 

Bates 

Bates 4 

Bates 2 

Bates 3 

Bates 4 



An intent Bobcat bench shows concern as opponents assault 
the tough Bates defense. 



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Talented Steve Johansson slashes the nest 
with a perfect penalty kick. 



With 157 saves goalie Harry Mahar was a 
key figure in the Bobcat's successful 10-4 
season. 




Frosh fullback Donny Geissler 
clears the ball from his zone as 
he booms it down field. 



Charging out of his fullback position 
senior Ken Burgess smashes a Bran- 
deis offensive. 




An overflow crowd looks on as Ed Wells hooks the 
ball in from the left wing. 




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A four year veteran, John Recchia lends his talents to a rugged Bobcat defense which allowed 
only 18 goals during the season. 



One of New England's leading scorers, Frank Kirembu, 
goes high into the air to head one into the Babson goal 



as Paul Williams moves in for the possible rebound shot. 






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Servant of Two Masters 




Truffaldino, David Sutherland 
'67, and Smeraldina, Suzanne 
Johnson '67, discover neither 
can read the letter they have 
opened secretly. 



At left Beatrice Rasponi, a 
lady disguised as her brother, 
Barbara Prentice '68, reveals 
her true identity to Clarice, 
Margaret Smith '69. 





At right The Bales Student 
announced the cancellation of 
the first semester play. 



Pantalone dei Bisognosi, Peter 
Bates '69, confers with Dr. 
Lombardi, Thomas Todd '67. 



REBELS CANCELLED 

To the Bates Campus: 

We, the Robinson Players, 
deeply regret having to dis- 
appoint our patrons Novem- 
Der 18th and 19th by not 
being able to present "The 
Queen and the Rebels" at 
tnat time. Our actors feel 
that they do not have the 
iime both to produce the 
play with the quality it de- 
serves and to keep pace 
with their academic de- 
mands. 

We appreciate very much 
your friendship and kind- 
ness to us, as well as your 
financial support. 
Sincerely yours, 
The Robinson Players 



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Clarice begs her father, Pantalone, to 
allow her to marry Silvio. 



Nancy Frey, chairman of the cos- 
tume committee, makes an adjust- 
ment for Florindo, Richard Kil- 
bourne '67. 



Suzanne Johnson '67 applies make-up before 
the performance. 




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Silvio, Vincent Pollina '69, 
discusses his plight with his 
father. Dr. Lombardi. 



Beatrice begs Brighella, Ger- 
ald Ireland '67, to keep her 
identity a secret. 




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Sadie Hawkins 



Dana Dertinger feeds 
dimes into the phone for 
Rand's Sadie Lin Kirkland 
while Pat Lord holds the 
amplifier so all can savor 
the genteel replies from 
Roger 




At East Parker, Dan 
Weaver and his Sadie 
date, Janet DeMeo, 
leave for the Alumni 
Gym. 




Moonlighting as Marrin' Sam, Mr. Cameron makes out a marriage 
certificate for Sally Meyers and Bob Coleman. 



In traditional campus attire Bob Fair 
promenades with polka-dotted Nancy 
Goddard in a frantic square dance. For 
further details, see Bob Fair. 



In East Parker Rick Powers helps Mike Traverso with 
with the callback list, while the anxious ones look on. 




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Ron Mallet and Gretchen Hess 
tell Bill Menke to hold his 
breath while Julie Seebe meas- 
ures off 93c. 



At 7:45 Saturday night Brian Arsenault experiences 
pre-Sadie gynephobia. 



John Hanisch and Patti Perkins exchange corsages. 



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Winter Carnival 





Another segment of the Friday night festivities is 
supplied by Toby Tighe '68. 



Judy Wells '70 serves Soiree refreshments to Dave Whitehouse '67, Roger Mare- 
caux '67, Bruce Stanley '66 and Harry Dame (U. of Maine). 



Charlie Kolstad '69, John Gotthardt '69, Ron Marsh '68, and Blake 
Swan '69, provide Friday night Carnival entertainment in Chase Hall 
lounge. 



Enjoying the "Desert Isle" atmosphere at 
the Saturday night soiree are Liz Clark '67, 
and Harry Dame, Anita Preston '67, and 
Bruce Stanley '66. 



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Directors Beth Krause '68, and 
Dave Burtt '68, welcome every- 
one to "Shipwrecked," the 
1967 Winter Carnival Dance. 



Seniors Carla Swanson and 
Doug Greene, Barb Hill and 
Tom McKettrick, Molly An- 
derson and Joel Davidson, and 
Barbie and Max Steinheimer 
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The court and their escorts are formally 
presented at the dance. Framing the 
Queen, Pat Lord and her escort Ken 
Lynch, are Carla Swanson and Doug 
Green, Lynn Johnston and Bill Dukes, 
Barb Hill and Tom McKittrick, Joann 
Hayes and John Donovan, Judy John- 
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when the announcement of Carnival 
Queen is made. 





On the steps at Hathorn, President 
Reynolds crowns Pat Lord '67 Carnival 
Queen. 



Carrying the torch from Augusta, Peter Anderson '67, 
runs the last lap initiating Carnival activities. 



Ellie Master '69, and Sue Adams '69, are busy making palm leaves for the 
trees that will help to transform the Chase Hall lounge into a desert isle. 



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Joanna Johns '70, Nancy Harrison '68, and Diane Akers '69 work on the snow sculpture 
created jointly by Hedge and Chase Hall. 



The Wornen's Union, Rand, and East 
Parker combined forces to produce this 
space sreature sitting on his rocket ship. 




The winning sculpture was 
the result of teamwork by 
Cheney and West Parker. 




Ivy Day and Spring Weekend 






Butch Bradford, who toasted the 
seniors last year, is here trussed 
up and set on display. 



At the right, toastmaster John Donovan set the mood for the Ivy 
Day speeches. Howard Alexander toasted the coeds and Scott 
Taylor "honored" the seniors. Class President Thomas Tighe pre- 
sented the Robert Plumb Memorial Award to Robert Thomas of 
the class of '69- 



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At the left, Susan Syren revealed the 
games the senior men play and Patricia 
Perkins commemorated the athletes. Wil- 
liam Norris gave the class oration and 
Earle Wescott recited his Ivy Day Ode 
despite frequent interruptions. 




Planting the ivy of the class of 1968 are officers Mark Horton, 
treasurer, Thomas Tighe, president, and Jill Howroyd, secretary. 



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Back To Bates 



Jon G. Wilska '67, moderates a 
panel of alumni involved in pub- 
lishing and advertising careers. 
Panelists include Roger Schmutz 
■54, Ruth Haskins Bass '55, Anne 
Berkelman '57, Randall Webber 
'36, and Wayne Davis '12. Twelve 
other panelists acquainted stu- 
dents with career opportunities 
ranging from physical therapy to 
Christian education. 




Axtell, Stur'gis, and Montgomery lead the Whittier House lineup for the finale of the Rally Skit, 
"Great Moments in Sports." 



After the Back to Bates Rally, Carol Drewiany 
'69, and Barry Giordano '68, enjoy the music of 
the Hanseatic League at Chase Hall. 





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After 1 o'clock there will be nothing left but balloons, 
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Outing Club Trips 




Dockman Chris Bertelo pulls in Ellie Master and Greg Currier. 




Steve CutdifTe and Donna Dustin paddle 
off into the sunset. 



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Balancing Bob Janson is one step closer to the top of Mt. Corrigan. Bruce Wilson follows, leading the rear guard. 




Ed Jahngen seems, for the moment, to be lost in the Pleistocene. 



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Outing Club Trips 




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One Sunday in March, when it had been raining in Lewiston for two days, only 
a few Batesies with gambling spirits went on the O. C. ski trip to Mt. Abrams. 
They met pleasant weather and packed powder snow on slopes they had prac- 
tically to themselves. From the left they are Bruce Wilson, Allan Hartwell, 
Dottie Kinraide, Don Searles, Kerry Enright, Aija Ronis, Dorothy Thompson, 
Bill Oberst and Richard Lockard. 




Popham Beach 





Loyal Outing Club members who braved the beaches despite the grey weather which plagued the 
annual Popham Beach outing for the past two years were greeted by warm sand and sunny skies this 
fall. Outing Club volunteers prepare to appease the hungry Batesies who begin to line up long 
before noon. Fran Strychaz (above, left) chops wood for the fires under the steaming clams and 
lobsters supervised by Max Steinheimer, Steve Cutcliffe (right), and Peter Anderson (below, right), 
while Denyse McKinney (above, right) stirs butter for the lobsters and Jane Hurd helps serve Jill 
Jillson and Mary Williams (below). 





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Activities vary from organized team sports to searching for soda unexpectedly carried 
out by the tide. While Hildy Spooner rescues four bottles of coke (below). Chuck 
Phillips sets up the ball for Dottie Kinraide in an enthuswstic game of volleyball 
(lower left). 




Dr. Muller emphatically de- 
fended Bates' rights to the 
beach to two too possessive 
proprietors. 



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Chapel 





Andrew Kusmin '67, directed the Chapel programs for the C.A. this year. The 
chapel content ranged widely, as indicated by the following partial list of speakers and 
topics: 

Dr. Frederick Hudson with a folk song and poetry liturgy; 
Chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Committee 
for Nonviolent Action, Gordon Christiansen, discussed 
"Ethics and the Liberal Spirit;" 
The Return of: Peter Gomes, Dr. Dwight Walsh, and Dr. John Willis; 
The Choir singing Bernstein's Chichester Psalms; 
Assorted students and faculty doing poetry and music; 
The Caravan Theatre; 

Religion teachers Dr. Brown and Mr. Straub; 
President Thomas Hedley Reynolds 



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28, 1966 



By Subscription 



CHAPEL EXPERIMENTS 



aetice Preaching 



Gomes Returns 



By Larry Billings 



Ideas and concepts from 
Bob Dylan's works and from 
the Death of God movement 
will be used in the first chap- 
el program on September 18. 
The Chaplain of Colby Col- 
lege, the Rev. Fred M. Hudson 
will lead this "experiment in 
worship." 

"Creative insecurity" was the focal point of a ser- p e ter Gomes, Bates '65, will 
n delivered by Peter Gomes at chapel last Sunday De the guest speaker in the 
?ning. Mr. Gomes, a Bates alumnus, Class of '65, was chape i service of September 
merly a campus leader and president of the C. A. 25. while a student here, 
ring his senior year. While at Bates he was instru-p e t er wa s president of the 
ntal in procuring several fine lectures on theology campus Association for two 
the benefit of the student body. He is presently in vears . He is currently study- 
second year at Harvard Theological Seminary. i ng a t Harvard Divinity 

In his address Mr. Gomes School, 
emphasized our role in to- Mr. Hudson has played an 
day's complex and constantly active part in the civil rights 




he organized study seminars 
in India, Japan, England, and 
Haiti. 

This is the first series of 
such programs completely or- 
ganized by a student group, is Letter to the Editor two 
The Campus Association se- fs ago deserve serious 



LETTERS TO THE 



CHAPEL DIVORCE 

le Editor: 

e comments on the chap- 
rvice of October second 
ed by Daniel E. Dustin '68 



lects the speakers for the 
chapel programs. Andrew 
Kusmin is in charge of this 
commission. 

Chapel is held each Sunday 
at 7:00. 

The college has provided 
$1000 for this series, and the 
C. A. has provided $500 for 
this} and other cultural enrich- 
ment programs. 



Photo by Ledley 
Peter J. Gomes 



PACIFIST CALLS 
LIBERALS TO ACT 



.deration. First, however, 
uld like to clarify the 
of a part of his objec- 
by pointing out that the 
sion of the cross from the 
no way reflected either 
Deliefs or the desires of 
ipeaker. Secondly, and 
ips more fundamentally, 
ampus Association is pre- 
ng these services with 
onviction that religion as 
can not be separated 
other dimensions of hu- 
concern and that this 
rhere will be a meeting in &ge, in all its varied 
Dbey 8, at 7:30 p.m., Mon- Is of expression, can be 
y, Sept. 19, for the 1967 Lps more effectively ar- 
IRROR. All editors and staff Lted by a direct look at 

PAST BATES JTO^VYSFk ** 



NOTICE 



By Larry Billings 
"I think that the aim of 
searching for human solutions 
to human problems is a valu- 
able one. But I have become 
disillusioned with the liberals. 
I don't think they are really 
trying for that," stated Gor- 
don Christiansen, Professor of 
Chemistry at Connecticut Col- 
lege for Women and Chair- 
man of the Executive Commit- 
tee for Nonviolent Action. He 
addressed Bates students last 
Sunday in the Chapel. 
Dealing with "Ethics and 



concentrated on the subject of 
liberalism and ethics in terms 
of science. He asserted, "In 
many ways science is the 
spoiled child of society. . . 
The results are that the child 
is irresponsible; the parent is 
worried and afraid." He ex- 
pounded this theory by de- 
scribing nuclear power as an 
atomic "genie" which, re- 
leased from its bottle by sci- 
ence, may or may not do our 
bidding. In fact, science is 
"absolutely without wisdom, 
judgment, or discrimir o+i «n " 



RETURNS TO SPEAK 



LEWISTON, AMINE, OCTOBER 5, 1966 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 




lium in a service of 
one of the most 
;s to present a con- 
topic simply be- 
setting poignantly 
need for that "faith - 
•standing" being 
)pefully, the recep- 
wing such services 
start the rebuttal 
dmittedly, so neces- 

mation, then, per- 

1 say that finally I 

sider ludicrous "the 

of a worship serv- 



consider ludicrous is the de- 
lusion that the religious di- 
mension of life can be di- 
vorced from interpersonal re- 
lationships, from academic, 
extracurricular, and vocation- 
al activities . . . yes, even 
from "a weekly variety show 
. . . held in the Filene room." 
Sincerely, 
B. T. Lyman '67 
President, Campus Association 



More Chapel 

To the Editor: 

The dust kicked up a while 
ago in one corner of the barn- 
yard has settled quite noise- 
lessly . . . But since Mr. Dus- 
tin is no doubt hoping to have 
a bit of the dirt stirred up 
again, I am obliging him by 
answering his denunciation of 
the' Chapel program of Octo- 
ber second. 

The considered purpose oi 
this year's Sunday-night chap- 
els does not seem to be to 
present a service of canned 
and orthodox, you-can-get-it- 
in-any-of-the-spired buildings 
downtown type of religion. 
The intent is rather to begin 
the week with something a 
little more substantial to 
ponder than Saturday night 
and the subsequently affected 
Sunday morning. With this 
objective in hand, one can 
scarcely call Mr. Christian- 
sen's evening talk out of 
keeping. Had the man draped 
his form in black, cut his hair, 



S CHRISTIAN DISPARITY 



Variety Chapel 

the Editor: 

write to inform you that, 
cry opinion, the Bates Col- 
chapel service on the 
it of October second was 
10 religious value whatso- 
'. The sermon was re- 
red by a speech which de- 
bated into a statement of 
man's personal political 
Is, in a delivery full of 
ling overstatements, and 
>egging the question at 



wiston Hosts 
line Teachers 

By Jim Hunt 
s. Elizabeth Koontz, prom- 
it educator and a candid- 
for the presidency of he 



■I- 



that was held last Friday aft- 
ernoon as a send off for our 
football team. I assume the 
purpose of the rally was to 
show that team that the 



every turn. 

Who, I ask you, has the 
right to remove the cross 
from the altar and then to 
speak from the right of that 
altar to a c 
ered in ho 
flanking h 
hymns in pr. 
I ask you, 
bring a mo 
topic to a pod 
no rebuttal bui 
understanding? I everyone else was so extreme - 

If a weekly variety show is ly busy at 5:00 in the after- 
to be run, hold performances noon, that they couldn't take 
in the Filene room. The mere 1 10 minutes to voice a few 
idea of a worship service with | cheers, and show the team 

that Bates does stand behind 

them. 



CARAVAN THEATRE 
CELEBRATES LIFE 



Mr. Dwight R. Walsh will 
speak in the chapel Sunday 
night. Formerly an instructor 
of religion and cultural herit- 
age, Mr. Walsh left Bates in 
1965 and is now affiliated 
with Boston University. 
>1 1 
sn' 

V( 

01 

ly 
th 





lurches are being 
istianity has become 
:ceptable. 

ly, it is 'in' with 

generation for the 

ions for which stu- 



no cross on the altar and no 
ordained clergy to offer bene- 
diction is ludicrous. 
Respectfully, 
Daniel E. Dustin '68 



Wescott Discloses 
Nothing Happened 



s 1 

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s being hurle 
There is a 

what we s 
s do. "Christi 
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y away," is t x telt mat me na PP enul S wai > 



By E. F. Wescott 
It happened at .Bates. Whai 
nappenea at Bates includes 
me, and apart from the spec- 
tacle of seeing stony Cnase 
aecked in mask and ribbon, 



interviews a religious prefer- 
ence builds a good public re- 
lations image. These are some 
of the pressures." 

Of those that will not 
change, he said that they are 
iging 
rhose 
mes- 
to it, 
who 
rele- 
adult 
ation 



gather, I am now a TEST 
VIOLET. 

Like most people, I have an 
image of myself, and ono of-, 

ting be- 
tic rele- 



Out of a school of over 900 
people I find it truly amazing 



a majority of 



nttle more than Commons!,, 
Nothing is more con- ' 



stew. 



:ally,' 



Rev. 
assem- 
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in his closing comment. 



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on life and studies with Bates students in informal discussion. To return the exchange, Bates sent 
Sue Hurley '69, Chris Hager '68, Al Anderson '69, and Bill Tucker '67 as delegates to Wilberforce. 
force. 




As part of the exchange program Virgil Wood, speaker for the Negro 
community in Boston, lectured on campus. 







138 




This year we held a cultural exchange with Florida Memorial College in Florida. FMC sent up 
musical representatives for a choral concert and a piano recital by John Price, a professor of music 
and humanities who writes his own music and directs the choir. 




Professor Tagliabue took Mario and his puppet friends down to St. Augustine to perform 
his plays. 




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eight other Bates girls for Thanksgiving in their 
"digs" at Manchester. Toasting the old country 
are Karen Gulbrandsen, Cindy Goodwin, Janet 
Grossman, an English friend, Molly, and Fran, 
Denyse McKJnney, Nancy Heglund, Barb Hill, 
Suzanne Johnson, and Elaine Beede. 



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cribe their year in Switzerland to 
a couple of potential JYA'ers. Be- 
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who spent the year at Lyon. 



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sweaters, and Madras, four Bates 
girls stand out from their Oxford 
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Warren, Kathy Koch, and Marty 
Braman are the first Bates stu- 
dents to attend Oxford — Man- 
chester College for their junior 
year. 





Having spent a year in Madrid, Ken Blank feeds sophomore 
Bonnie Grove's wanderlust. 



On a typical JYA study break, Steve 
Young visited Egypt. At the left, Sue 
Dallaire traveled from Spain to help 
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To accomodate late sleepers Saturday morning, brunch was served to the 
seniors at 11 o'clock. 



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After a successfully amusing farewell, Class Day 
participants follow Marshall Tom McKittrick from 
the chapel. The speakers were President Wall, 
Class History; Don MacLachlan, Toastmaster; 
Keith Harvie, Class Will; Dariel Shively, Address 
to the Parents; Leslie Stewart, Class Oration; and 
Juliette Seebe, Class Horoscope. 



At the Phi Beta Kappa Initiation, Professors Tag- 
liabue, Chute and Wright and assorted guests rec- 
ognize new members: Linda Bartlett, Susan Francis, 
Judy Harvell, Cindy Hughes, Carol Johnson, Ted 
Kneisler, Alan Lewis, Bruce Lyman, Mary Ellen 
Marcarelli, Judy Mitchell, Andrea Peterson, Bruce 
Peterson, Jeanette Smith, Leah Thomforde, Charlie 
Wall, and Bruce Wilson. 




In an official flurry of recognition for his years as president and the soundness 
of his economic mind, Bates awards Dr. Charles Phillips an honorary degree. 




150 




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President Reynolds read the Scripture at Baccalaureate: I 
Corinthians 13. In his sermon Rev. Loomer gave the theme 



a new twist, speaking of the love of ideas. 




151 




T. Hedley Reynolds presides at his first Bates College 
Commencement. 



At the head table for the Faculty Senior Awards Dinner are Charlie Wall, president of the 
senior class; Trustee Robert Kinney; Brooks Quimby, retiring professor of speech; President 



T. Hedley Reynolds; Dean George R. Healy; Mrs. Milton Lindholm; and Dr. Robert Chute. 




152 



indicating the new status of the seniors." 




153 



Biology 




Alexandra Drew Baker 
Beverly, Massechusetts 



Joel Donald Davidson 
Newton Centre, Massachusetts 




Paul Millard Hardy 
Dayton, Ohio 



Lawrence Steven Beam 
Andover, Massachusetts 




Diane Jean Douthwright 
West Springfield, Massachusetts 




Judith Reed Harvell 

GofTstown, New Hampshire 



Robert Bruce Bowden 

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 



William Brenton Costain 
West Newbury, Massachusetts 




154 






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O.C. member Spooner rescues the volleyball court from incoming tide at Popham in the fall. 




Andrew Robert Kusmin 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



William Peter Paris 
New Britain, Connecticut 



David Andrew Lufkin 
Gloucester, Massachusetts 



Donald Lloyd MacLachlan 
Beverly, Massachusetts 



Judith Elaine Mitchell 
Bangor, Maine 




Walter Howard Pearson 
Weymouth, Massachusetts 



Charles Lewis Phillips, III 

Portland, Maine 



Bruce Jon Peterson 
Old Lyme, Connecticut 



155 



Biology 



Seniors Bonney Nickerson and Judy 
Mitchell harmonize with underclass 
members of the ecology class on the 
overnight field trip to Swan Island. 



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Jon Gary Wilska 
West Springfield, Massachusetts 




Celeste Brunell Weidner 
New Hyde Park, New York 



David Crafts Whitehouse, Jr. 
Los Altos Hills, California 






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Cynthia Margaret Smith 
Willimantic, Connecticut 



Helen Hildreth Spooner 
Daytona Beach, Florida 




Frances Mae Strychaz 
Three Rivers, Massachusetts 



156 



Chemistry 




Alan Louis Ansello 
South Easton, Massachusetts 



Glenn Richard Carlson 
Hamden, Connecticut 






Karen Elizabeth Grant 
Newburyport, Massachusetts 



David Warner Hoyt 
Reading, Massachusetts 



Ted Carter Hall 
Lakeville, Connecticut 




Bruce Taft Lyman 
New London, Connecticut 



157 



Chemistry 




Charles William Stratton, IV 
Lee, Massachusetts 



158 



Economics 






Wake up, Bean ! 




Robert John Anderson 
Newington, Connecticut 



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Donald Arthur Bean 
Springfield, Vermont 



Frank Kent Bradford, Jr. 

Boston, Massachusetts 



Ronald Dingley Cummings 
Woburn, Massachusetts 



Dennis Eagleson 
Kennebunkport, Maine 



159 



Economics 





James Joseph Filakosky 
Easton, Connecticut 



Timothy Ernest Hall 
Kensington, Connecticut 




It looks as if Filakosky is rebelling against a no-cut status. Or else, he had just enough 
energy to get to the 9 a.m. Clutch mass lecture with none left over. Or — a protest? 



Larry Meredith Hathaway 
Danbury, Connecticut 




Joseph Mark Hennessey 
Whitefield, New Hampshire 



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Cynthia Katherine Hignite 
Waltham, Massachusetts 




Barbara Joyce Hill 
Bingham, Maine 



William Michael Hine 
Killingworth, Connecticut 



160 




John William Lanza 
Saugus, Massachusetts 



Alan Michael Lewis 
Jamaica, New York 





Thomas Edwin McKittrick 
Park Ridge, New Jersey 



Richard Garland Powers 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



Charlotte Ann Singer 
North Haven, Connecticut 



Michael Traverso, Jr. 
Bristol, Connecticut 



161 



English 




Albert Arthur Armington 
Providence, Rhode Island 



Janis McKnight Beatty 
Waquoit, Massachusetts 



Elisabeth Edith Butler 

■Millburn, New Jersey 




Gary Alan Chamberlain 
Winthrop, Maine 




Elizabeth Clark 

Sudbury, Massachusetts 




Nancy Elizabeth Goddard 
Falmouth, Maine 



162 




Barbara Elizabeth Hoadley 
New London, Connecticut 





Suzanne Johnson 
South Hadley, Massachusetts 



Kathleen Mary Kelly 
Boonton, New Jersey 




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Holly Celeste Hagedorn 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



Carol Elaine Johnson 
Southboro, Massachusetts 




163 



English 






Linda Irene Kirkland 
Providence, Rhode Island 



Kathleen Koch 
Webster, New York 



Elaine Christine Makas 
Medford, Massachusetts 




Wendell Harry Marsden 
Spencer, Massachusetts 




The libe sets the 
mood for Andy Kus- 
min, Barb Hill, Beth 
Patton. For the li- 
brarians the mood 
is not always so well 
defined. 





Rocky Wild Mossman 
Rehoboth, Massachusetts 



Sarah Elizabeth Myers 
Maplewood, New Jersey 



Andrea Marie Peterson 
Kennebunk, Maine 



Elizabeth Patron 
Concord, Massachusetts 




Susan Jane Prescott 
Rye, New York 



William McCrea Ramsey 
Schenectady, New York 



165 



English 




David Allan Sutherland 
Brattleboro, Vermont 




Carla Lee Swanson 
Framingham, Massachusetts 



A Bates scholar doesn't 
waste a minute. 





Thomas Alexander Todd 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts 




Ann Seelye Warren 
Williamsburg, Massachusetts 



Judith Elsie Werner 
New Haven, Connecticut 




Virginia Payson White 
Needham, Massachusetts 



Helen Catherine Woodruff 
Washington Grove, Maryland 



166 



French 




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Nancy Long, Pat Lord, Shirley Murphy sit engrossed in a French class. 




Linda Louise Anastos 
Braintree, Massachusetts 



Susan Dora Dallaire 
Lewiston, Maine 



Nancy Thurston Long 
Harrison, New York 

Julie Seebe breakfasts Continental style in Neuchatel as a JYA. 



Patricia Holcomb Lord 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



Samuel Richard Kilbourne 
Great Neck, New York 




Shirley Marie Murphy 
Greenland, New Hampshire 



French 



Geology 




Ann Elizabeth Toner 
Arlington, Virginia 



Bruce David Wilson 

Westwood, New Jersey 



German 



Government 




Government seminar captivates Steve Lee and Bob Coleman; Jim Brown phases out gradually. 




jane Richardson 
Lexington, Massachusetts 



James Gorman Brown 

Linwood, Massachusetts 




Robert Lewis Colman 

Tenafly, New Jersey 



Susan Curtis Francis 
Simsbury, Connecticut 



Penny Lee Gile 

Rochester, New Hampshire 



169 



Government 




Mr. Cameron takes a break from governing Government to add a legal touch to Sadie Hawkins. 





Diane Christine Wallace 

Agawam, Massachusetts 




Roger Lee Hanson 
East Weymouth, Massachusetts 



Stephen Dennis Lee 
Portland, Maine 



Charles Parker Rolfe 

Braintree, Massachusetts 



Catherine Jane Southall 
Rockville, Maryland 



170 



History 



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Stewart Carl Anderson 
Waltham, Massachusetts 




John Chandler Baldwin 
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 



Peter Burrill Beekman 
New Shrewsbury, New Jersey 



Geoffrey Frederick Boyer 
Boyertown, Pennsylvania 




171 



History 




Kenneth Charles Burgess 
Morrisville, Pennsylvania 




Kathryn Gail Butler 
Wilmington, Massachusetts 



Claudia Christine Davis 

Suffern, New York 




Robert Benjamin Cornell 
Stamford, Connecticut 




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The history department infiltrated and controlled the mass media on campus. 





Gary Herbert Edlin 

Waban, Massachusetts 



Louis William Flynn, Jr. 
Warehouse Point, Connecticut 



Joseph Daniel Grandine, III 

Wellesley, Massachusetts 



172 








Susan Ladd 
Portland, Maine 




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Patricia Ann Korol 

Ludlow, Massachusetts 



Keith Charles Harvie 

South Portland, Maine 



Ali Abdirahman Hersi 
Laskoreh, Somalia, Africa 



Margaret Lynn Johnston 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



173 



History 




Wyland Fenway Leadbetter 
Boston, Massachusetts 



Mary Ellen Marcarelli 
Hamden, Connecticut 




Harry Colin McBride 
Rye, New York 



Christer Lennart Mossberg 
Marlton, New Jersey 



History majors Donna Polhamus and Peter 
Beekman spent several evenings at Mr. An- 
derson's house discussing Cultch in his 
senior seminar. 




Kevin Joseph Murphy 
Beverly, Massachusetts 





Donna Lee Polhamus 
Lexington, Massachusetts 




Malcolm Parker Reid 

Littleton, New Hampshire 





Charles Jeffrey Scott 
Bedford, New York 



Charles Rodney Stone, Jr. 
Athol, Massachusetts 



Dariel Irene Shively 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 



Anne Elizabeth Stauffer 
Lewiston, Maine 



Philip Anderson Towle 
Hampton, New Hampshire 



Charles Coleman Wall, Jr. 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 




Barbara Goodlatte Steinheimer 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




Edward Lealand Wells, Jr. 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 



175 



Mathematics 




Peter Stanley Anderson 
East Greenwich, Rhode Island 



Paul Dains Argazzi 

New Britain, Connecticut 





Elaine Jefts Beede 
Hudson, Massachusetts 



Ingrid Anita Earn 
West Hartford, Connecticut 



Douglas Michele Camarco 
Newington, Connecticut 




Gregory James Egner, Jr. 
Moorestown, New Jersey 



176 




John Henry Recchia 

Clinton, Connecticut 




Daniel George Tuller 
Arlington, Massachusetts 




Martin Carl Sauer, Jr. 
Danbury, Connecticut 




Cynthia Alice Hughes 
Hartford, Connecticut 



Theodore Frederick Kneisler 
Litchfield, Connecticut 



John Francis Ladik, Jr. 
Revere, Massachusetts 



Paul Carmine Manganello 
Braintree, Massachusetts 



177 



Philosophy 



Physics 




Dale Anne 


Cooperson 


Valley Forge, 


Pennsylvania 


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Bruce Winston Harrison 
Sanford, Maine 





Edward Crafts Abbott 
Falmouth, Maine 



The three great minds of the Cultch Department handled the technological end of Dean 
Healy's art lecture with limited success. 



William Arnold Bensch 
Hartford, Connecticut 




John Lee Hanisch 

North Branford, Connecticut 




Joyce Marcia Katz 
Briar Cliff Manor, New York 



Nancy Allan Stewart 
Worcester, Massachusetts 



178 



Psychology 



Responding after the manner of Pavlov's dogs, the inhabi- 
tants of Rand descend to dinner. Here, Dana Dertinger is 
followed by Lin Kirkland. Below: Marty Miner, Pat Lord, 
Swope Rowe and Carol Renaud. 




Robert Bruce Fredericks 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 



Psychology 





Nancy Adele Frey 
Winchester, Massachusetts 



Ladd Ann Frisby 
Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada 




William Lewis Garfield 
Westfield, Massachusetts 



Thayer Ann Hatch 

Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 



Karen Ann Gulbrandsen 
Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 




Patricia Harriet Hayes 
Auburn, Maine 



180 




Nancy Ann Heglund 
Lynnfield, Massachusetts 



Linda Ann Howes 

Chatham, Massachusetts 




Joseph Iacobellis 
Hamden, Connecticut 



Judith Josephine Johnson 
Lyndon Center, Vermont 




Pamela Julie Johnson 
Dedham, Massachusetts 



Carol Jean Renaud 

Barrington, Rhode Island 




Charles Brooks Pfaffmann 
New York, New York 




Steven Francis Rogers 
Milford, Connecticut 



181 



Psychology 



Religion 




Sara June Schenck 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 




Sally Jean Skillman 
Wallingford, Pennsylvania 




Carolyn Bryan Thomas 
South Hamilton, Massachusetts 




Anita Preston 
West Acton, Massachusetts 



Leslie Jeanne Stewart 
Tiverton, Rhode Island 




William Harris Tucker 
Little Neck, New York 



Sociology 




William Allen Brunot 
Swampscott, Massachusetts 



Robert Hubbell Fair 
Shelton, Connecticut 




Douglas Freeman Greene 
Chappaqua, New York 



Joanne Marie Hayes 
Melrose, Massachusetts 



Leslie Ann Haas 
Saco, Maine 




Lucille Blanche Howell 

Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts 



183 



Sociology 





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ABBOTT, EDWARD CRAFTS p. 178 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; 
Soccer 1; Student Ass't 3,4; Physics Collo- 
quim 2,3,4. 



ANASTOS, LINDA LOUISE p. 167 

CA 4; Merrimanders 2,3, Leader 4; Proctor 
3. 



ANDERSEN, PETER STANLEY p. 176 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Jordan-Ramsdell 2,3,4; 
OC 1,2,3,4. 



ANDERSON, MARY JANE p: 179 

CA 2; WARA Intramurals 1,2; OC 1,2,4; 
Carnival Director 2; Psychology Club, Vice- 
President 4; Robinson Players 1,2; WARA 1; 
JYA. 



ANDERSON, ROBERT JOHN p. 159 
Basketball Mgr. 1,2,3, Head Manager 4; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3; Student Ass't 2,3. 



ANDERSON, STEWART CARL p. 171 
History Club 2,3,4; Robinson Players 1,2,3,4; 
Track 1,2. 



ANSELLO, ALAN LOUIS p. 157 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Lawrence Chemical So- 
ciety 2,3, Vice-President 4; Student Ass't 4- 

ARGAZZl, PAUL DA1NS p. 176 

Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2, 
3,4; Math Colloquium 3,4. 

ARMINGTON, ALBERT ARTHUR p. 162 

Robinson Players 1,2,3,4; Student Ass't 3; 
WRJR 1,2,3. 

ARONSON. MARVIN ELLIS 

BAKER, ALEXANDRA DREW p. 154 
CA 4; Choral Society 1,2; Dean's List 1,2,3, 
4: Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Robinson Players 
1,2. 

BALDWIN, JOHN CHANDLER p. 171 
Band 1,2,3, Student Director 4; Dean's List 
2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Student Ass't 4; 
Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Pep Band, Director 
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BARTLETT, LINDA JANE p. 179 

CA 2,4, Sec'y 3; Chapel Choir 1,2,5,4; 
Choral Society 1,2; Dean's List 2,3,4; Jot- 
dan-Ramsdell 3; Proctor 3; Psychology Club 
2,4; Student Ass't 4; Women's Council 3; 
Phi Beta Kappa 4; Cum Laude. 



BEAM, LAWRENCE STEVEN p. 154 

BEAN, DONALD ARTHUR p. 159 

Ad Board 4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; OC 1,2, 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4. 

BEATTY, JANIS McKNIGHT p. 162 



BECKER, CAROL JEAN p. 179 

CA 2; CHDC 2,3; Choral Society 1,2; Psy- 
chology Club 4- 



BEEDE, ELAINE J EFTS p. 176 

OC 1,2,3,4; JYA. 



BEEKMAN, PETER BURRILL p. 171 
Ad Board, Chairman 4; Basketball, JV Man- 
ager 3; Senate 1,2; Student, News Editor 
1,2; Tennis Mgr. 1. 



BENSCH, WILLIAM ARNOLD p. 178 
Band 1,2; Dean's List 4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; 
Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Student Ass't 3,4; 
Physics Colloquium 2,3,4. 

BLANK, KENNETH MICHAEL p. 185 
CA 4; lntramurals 1,2; JYA; Spanish Club 
2, Pres. 4; Tennis 4. 

BOWDEN, ROBERT BRUCE p. 154 

Baseball 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Choral Society 1,2; 
College Choir 3,4; Class Treas. 3,4; Hockey 
Club 1,2; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Men's Coun- 
cil 4; Proctor 4; WUS 3; Pops Concert 1,2; 
Ivy Day Committee 3; Jordan-Ramsdell 2, 
3,4. 

BOYER, GEOFFREY FREDERICK p. 171 
Ad Board 4; Debating 1,2; History Club 2, 
3,4; PA, Pres. 4; Robinson Players 4; Soccer 
1,2,3; Student 3; Republican Club 2,3; Bar- 
risters 2,3,4; Freshman Debate Contest; 
Oakes Law Speaking Contest 3; CA 3- 



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BRADFORD, FRANK KENT, JR. p. 159 
Football 1,2; Intramurah 1,2,3; Ivy Day 3; 
Men's Council 4; Ski Team 3, Capt. 4; Proc- 
tor 4. 



BRAMAN, MARTHA LINDLEY p. 171 
Choral Society 1,2; Class Sec'y 2; Dean's List 
2; Intramurah 1,2,4; WARA 2; JYA. 



BROWN, JAMES GORMAN p. 169 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 2; Intramu- 
rah 1,2,3,4; WRJR 2. 



BRUNOT, WILLIAM ALLEN p. 183 
Basketball 1; Football 1,3,4; Intramurah 1, 
2,3,4; Men's Council 4; Proctor 4; Sociology 
Club 4. 



BURGESS, KENNETH CHARLES p. 172 
Choral Society 1; Dean's List 3; History Club 
3,4; Intramurah 1; PA 3; Senate 2; Soccer 
2,3,4; Student 1, News Editor 2, Associate 
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; CA 4; Tennis 
1,2. 



BUTLER, ELISABETH EDITH p. 162 
Robinson Players 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 3, 
4; Student 3. 



BUTLER, KATHRYN GAIL p. 172 

Dean's List 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; History 
Club 3,4; Proctor 3; Women's Council 3; 
Robinson Players 1; Honors in History. 



BUZZELL, MARTHA JEAN p. 169 

CHDC 1,2,3, Board of Directors 4; Class 
Sec'y 3,4; Ivy Committee 3; Commencement 
Committee 4; Maine Bowling Tournament 
3,4; Field Hockey 4. 



CAMARCO, DOUGLAS MICHELE p. 176 
Dean's List 1; Garnet 4; Intramurah 1,2,3,4; 
Chess Club 3,4. 



CARLSON, GLENN RICHARD p. 157 
Dean's List 2,3,4; Intramurah 1,2,3,4; Law- 
rence Chemical Society 3,4; Student As/t 
2,3; Honors in Chemistry. 



CARVALHO, NANCY JANE p. 185 
CHDC 2; Dean's List 1,2; Phi Sigma Iota 4; 
JYA; Spanish Club 2, Vice-Pres. 4; Albion 
Morse Stevens Award for French and Span- 
ish; High Honors in Spanish. 



CHAMBERLAIN, GARY ALAN p. 162 
Chapel Choir 1; Choral Society 1,2; Dean's 
List 1; Garnet 3,4; Robinson Players 2; 
Track 1,2,3,4. 



CLARK, ELIZABETH p. 162 

Dean's List 3,4; WARA Intramurals 1,2,3; 
Mirror 4; Robinson Players 22,3,4; SEA 4; 
Student Ass't 4. 



CLOUGH, MARIAN ELIZABETH p. 179 
CA 1,2; Proctor 3,4; Psychology Club 4; 
SEA 4. 



COLMAN, ROBERT LEWIS p. 169 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. 



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OC 3,4; Philosophy Club 3. 



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CORNELL, ROBERT BENJAMIN p. 172 
Debating 1,2; History Club 1,2,4; Robinson 
Players 1,2,4; JYA; Barristers Club 1,2,4. 



COSTAIN, WILLIAM BRENTON p. 154 
Intramurals 1; OC 2,3,4; Student 3. 



CUMMINGS, RONALD DINGLEY p. 159 
Robinson Players 1,2. 



DALLA1RE, SUSAN DORA p. 167 

Choral Society 1,2,4; Dean's List 2,4; French 
Club 1,2,4; Phi Sigma Iota 2,4; SEA 2; JYA; 
Honors in French. 



DAVIDSON, JOEL DONALD p. 154 
Intramurals 1,2,3; OC 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Student Ass't 4. 



DAVIS, CLAUDIA CHRISTINE p. 172 
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DERTINGER, DANA LYNN p. 179 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Psychology Club 4; Stu- 
dent 2; Robinson Players 1 . 



DOUTHWR1GHT, DIANE JEAN p. 154 
Chapel Choir 1; CHDC 1,2; Choral Society 
1; Jordan-Ram sdell 4; Student Ass't 4; Ju- 
dicial Board 4. 



EAGLESON, DENNIS p. 159 

Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1, 
2,3,4. 



EARN, INGRID ANITA p. 176 

CHDC 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Ramsdell 4; Mirror, 
Senior Editor, 4; Student Ass't 4; Major- 
ette 2. 



EDLIN, GARY HERBERT 
Football 1,2,3,4. 



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EGNER, GREGORY JAMES p. 176 

Baseball 1,2; Football 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 



FAIR, ROBERT HUBBELL p. 183 

Baseball 4; History Club 2,3; Intramurals 1, 
2,3,4; Soccer 3; Sociology Club 3,4. 



FILAKOSKY, JAMES JOSEPH p. 160 
CA 2,3; Debating 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; 
Robinson Players 1,2,3,4; WRJR 1,2,3,4; 
Newman Club, Pres. 2,3- 



FLACH, THOMAS ARTHUR 

Football 2,3,4; Student Ass't 4; Track 1,2,3. 

FLYNN, LOUIS WILLIAM p. 172 

Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2; History Club 
1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Barristers Club 
3,4. 

FRANCIS, SUSAN CURTIS p. 169 

CA 3; Choral Society 1,2,3; Dean's List 2,3, 
4; Debating 1,2,3,4; WARA Intramurals 1,2; 
Student 2; Student Ass't 4; Chapel Choir 
2,3; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Honors in Govern- 
ment. 

FREDERICKS, ROBERT BRUCE p. 179 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Psychology Club 4; Soc- 
cer 1,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4. 



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HALL, TED CARTER p. 157 

Band 1,2; Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4; Choral So- 
ciety 1,2; Deansmen 1,2,3, Business Mgr. 4; 
lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Lawrence Chemkal So- 
ciety 3,4; Men's Council 4; Proctor 4; Track 
1. 



HALL, TIMOTHY ERNEST p. 160 

CHDC 2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Mirror 4. 



HANISCH, JOHN LEE p. 178 

lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Ransdell 4; Stu- 
dent Ass't 3,4; Student Section American In- 
stitute of Physics 2,3, Pres. 4. 



HANSON, ROGER LEE p. 170 

Basketball 1,2; Hockey Club 1,3,4; lntramu- 
rals 1,2,3,4. 



HARDY, PAUL MILLARD p. 154 

CA, Vice-Pres. 3; Dean's List 3,4; Football 
1,2; lntramurals 3,4; Ivy Day 3; Jordan- 
Ramsdell 1,2,3,4; Student Ass't 3. 



HARMAN ELIZABETH GILCHRIST 

p. 183 
Sociology Club 3; Student Ass't 3; WARA 
1,2,3,4; CA 3. 



HARRIS, AMY LOUISE p. 183 

CA 1; Dean's List 2,3; Sociology Club 2,3,4; 
Student Ass't 4; American Field Service 2. 



HARRISON, BRUCE WINSTON p. 178 
Philosophy Club 3,4; SEA 4; WR]R 1,2, 
Station Mngr. 3, Director of News and Spe- 
cial Events 4. 



HARTWELL, ALLAN DAVID p. 168 
Dean's List 4; Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Mirror, 
Photography Editor 2,3,4; PA 3,4; Student, 
Photography Editor l',2,3,4; Student Ass't 1, 
2,3,4. 



HARVELL, JUDITH REED p. 154 

Dean's List 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2; Jordan- 
Ramsdell 2,3, Sec'y-Treas. 4; OC 3, Cabins 
& Trails Director 4; Student Ass't 4; WARA 
2; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Honors in Biology; 
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FREY, NANCY ADELE p. 180 

CA 2; Intramurals 1; Psychology Club 2,3,4; 
Robinson Players 1, Eexecutive Board 2,3,4; 
Proctor 3. 



FRISBY, LADD ANN 
Proctor 3; Psychology Club 3- 



p. 180 



GARFIELD, WILLIAM LEWIS p. 180 
Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Men's 
Council 3; Psychology Club 4; Tennis 1,2, 
Capt. 3,4. 

GILE, PENNY LEE p. 169 

Proctor 3; WRJR, Executive Sec'y 2,3,4. 

GODDARD, NANCY ELIZABETH p. 162 
CA 2,3; Dean's List 2; Mirror 2,4; Robinson 
Players 1; SEA 3,4; WARA 1,2,3,4- 

GOODWIN, CYNTHIA p. 163 

CA 1,2,4; WRJR 1; ]YA. 

GRANDINE, DANIEL JOSEPH III p. 172 
Football Mgr. 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; P.E. 
Ski Instructor 3,4- 



GRANT, KAREN ELIZABETH p. 157 
Band 1, Librarian 2,3; Dean's List 1; Law- 
rence Chemical Society 2,3, Sec'y-Treas. 4; 
Student Ass't 2. 



GREENE, DOUGLAS FREEMAN p. 183 
Baseball 3,4; Football 1; Hockey Club 3; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 3,4; Stu- 
dent 3,4. 



GROSSMAN, JANET CAROL p. 163 
Intramurals 1,2; WARA 1; JYA. 



GULBRANDSEN, KAREN ANN p. 180 
CA 1,2; Dean's List 4; OC 1,2,3,4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 4; JYA. 



HAAS, LESLIE ANN 
Sociology Club 3,4. 



p. 183 



HAGEDORN, HOLLY CELESTE p. 163 
Dean's List 3; WARA Intramurals 1,2,3; 
Mirro 2,3,4, Copy Editor 4; Robinson Play- 
ers 2,3,4; SEA 4: 



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HARVIE, KEITH CHARLES p. 173 

Dean's List 3,4; History Club 2, Vice-Pres. 
3. Pres. 4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Ivy Day 3; 
Mirror, Sports Editor 4; Track 1,2,3, Co- 
Capt. 4; Judicial Board 4; Class Day. 



HATCH, THAYER ANN p. 180 

CA 2; Choral Society 1,2; Dean's List 2,4; 
lntramurals 2,3; Proctor 3; Psychology Club 
4; Women's Council, Sec'y 3- 



HATHAWAY, LARRY MEREDITH 

p. 160 

CHDC 3,4; lntramurals 2,3,4; Men's Coun- 
cil 4; Proctor 4; Track 1,2,3,4- 



HAYES, JOANNE MARIE p. 183 

CA 1,2; Sociology Club 2,3,4; WARA 2,4; 
WRJR 1. 



HAYES, PATRICIA HARRIET p. 180 
CA 3; WARA lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 2,3,4; Student Ass't 2,3,4; WARA 
1,2,3,4. 



HEGLVND, NANCY ANN p. 181 

Band 1,2,4; Class Treas. 1,2; Dean's List 2, 
4; Psychology Club 2,4; WRJR 2; JYA. 



HENNESSEY, JOSEPH MARK p. 160 
Dean's List 2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; PA 3; 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Student 3;. Student Ass't 4; 
Honors in Economics. 



HERSI, AL1 ABD1RAHMAN p. 173 

Dean's List 2,3,4; History Club 2,3,4; Soccer 
1,2; International Students Club 1,2,3,4; In- 
ternational Forum, Co-Chairman 4. 



HIGNITE, CYNTHIA KATHERINE 

p. 160 
CA 2; Dean's List 2,3; lntramurals 2,3,4; 
Proctor 3. 



HILL. BARBARA JOYCE p. 160 

Choral Society 1,2; Class Sec'y 1; WRJR 2; 
JYA. 



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HINE, WILLIAM MICHAEL p. 160 

Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Men's Coun- 
cil 2; Proctor 2; Soccer 2. 



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p. 163 
Student 3, Managing Editor 4. 



HOWELL, LUCILLE BLANCHE p. 183 
Chapel Choir 2, Monitor 3,4; Choral So- 
ciety 1, Sec'y 2; Dean's List 4; SEA 3,4; So- 
ciology Club 2,3,4; Student Ass't 4. 



HOWES, LINDA ANN p.. 181 

CA 2,3,4; Dean's List 3,4; Psychology Club 
4; SEA 2,3,4; Student Ass't 4. 



HOYT, DAVID WARNER p. HI 

Choral Society 1, Librarian 2; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; Lawrence Chemical Society 2,3,4; 
Student Ass't 2,4. 



HUGHES, CYNTHIA ALICE p. 177 
Band 3; Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Rams- 
dell 3,4; Student Ass't 4; Phi Beta Kappa 4; 
High Honors in Math; Cum Laude. 



IACOBELLIS, JOSEPH p. 181 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Psychology Club 3,4. 



JOHNSON, CAROL ELAINE p. 163 
Chapel Choir 1,2; Choral Society 1,2; Dean's 
List 1,2,3,4; Merrimanders 1,2,3,4; SEA 4; 
Phi Beta Kappa 3; Magna Cum Laude. 



JOHNSON, JUDITH JOSEPHINE p. 181 
WARA 2; Cheerleader 3, Capt. 4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 4; Robinson Players 3; Student 2; 
Judicial Board 4; Faculty-Student Conduct 
Committee 4. 



JOHNSON, PAMELA JULIE p. 181 

CA 1; CHDC 2,2, Sec'y 4; Hickories Coun- 
cil 3; Psychology Club 3,4; Student Ass't 
3,4; WARA 1,2,3. 



JOHNSON, SUZANNE p. 163 

Dean's List 2,4; Robinson Players, Executive 
Board 1,2,4; JYA; U.N. of Poetry 1,2,4. 



199 



JOHNSTON, MARGARET LYNN p. 173 
Chapel Choir 1; Choral Society 1; Dean's 
List 1,2,4; History Club 3, 4; Mirror 2,3, 
Activities Editor 4; SEA 3,4; Student Ass't 4. 



KATZ, JOYCE MARCIA 
Robinson Players 1; Student 1,2. 



p. 178 



KELLEY, KATHARINE ROBBINS p. 173 
Dean's List 2; Debating 1; Hostory Club 1, 
2,4; Robinson Player's 2,4; Student Ass't 4; 
JYA; Art Association 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Hon- 
ors in History. 



KELLY, KATHLEEN MARY p. 163 

CA 1,2; Dean's List 2; WARA 1,2,3. 



KILBOURNE, SAMUEL RICHARD p. 167 
Basketball 1; French Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Phi 
Sigma Iota 3; Robinson Players 4; Student 
Ass't 2; Track 1,2. 



KIRKLAND, LINDA IRENE p. 164. 

Choral Society 1,2; Mirror 4; Robinson 
Players 1; Student 2; Human Rights Coun- 
cil 1. 



KNEISLER, THEODORE FREDERICK 

p. 177 
Choral Society 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3; 
Ivy Day 3; Jordan-Rams dell 3,4; Phi Beta 
Kappa 4; Cum Laude. 



KOCH, KATHLEEN p. 164 

International Club 4; Dean's List 1,2; JYA; 
Campus Christian Fellowship 1,2; Chapel 
Choir 1. 



KOROL, PATRICIA ANN p. 173 

Choral Society 1; Dean's List 2,3; Intramu- 
rals 2,3; PA 4; Student 2,3, Layout Editor 4; 
Concert-Lecture Committee 3,4. 



KUSMIN, ANDREW ROBERT p. 155 
CA 4; Choral Society 1; Class Vice-Pres. 3, 
4; Dean's List 3; Ivy Day Committee 3; Jor- 
dan-Ramsdell 4; Student Ass't 3,4. 




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Dean's List 4; History Club, Sec'y-Treas. 3,4; 
Mirror 2,3; Proctor 3,4; Robinson Players 
1,2; SEA 3,4; Student 3,4; Student Ass't 4; 
Women's Council 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2. 



LADIK, JOHN FRANCIS p. 177 

Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Ass't 4; Honors in Mathematics. 



LANOUETTE, JUDITH JAMES p. 187 
Cheerleader 4; CHDC 3,4; Mirror 2,3, Of- 
fice Mgr. 4; Newman Club 1; Sociology 
Club 2, Sec'y-Treas. 3,4; Student Ass't 4. 



LANZA, JOHN WILLIAM p. 161 

Baseball 1,2,4; Basketball 2; Football 1,2, 
3,4; Intramurals, Chairman Intramural Coun- 
cil 4 ;Men's Council 4; Mirror 4; Proctor 4; 
SEA 3, Pres. 4; Student 4. 



LEADBETTER, WYLAND FENWAY, JR. 

p. 174 
Dean's List 3; Men's Council, Sec'y 3; Vice- 
Chairman 4; Mirror 3; PA 3,4; Proctor 3,4; 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Student, Business Mngr. 4; 
Tennis 1,2. 



LEE, STEPHEN DENNIS p. 170 

OC 1,3; Ski Team 3,4; Track 1. 



LEWIS, ALAN MICHAEL p. 161 

Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Debating 1,2,3, Pres. 4; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senate, Treas. 3; Stu- 
dent, Assoc. Editor 4; Student Ass't 3,4; 
Delta Sigma Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Beta Kappa, 4; Honors in Economics; Cum 
Laude. 



LOCKHART, CHARLES ROBERT 
Football 1,2,3,4; Psychology Club 4; Sociol- 
ogy Club 4. 



LONG, NANCY THURSTON p. 167 
Choral Society 1,2; French Club 1,2,4; Phi 
Sigma Iota 2,4; Psychology Club 2; JYA. 



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LORD. PATRICIA HOLCOMB p. 167 
Cheerleader 4; Dean's List 1,4; French Club 
4; Phi Sigma Iota 4; JYA: Carnival Queen. 



LUFKIN, DAVID ANDREW p. 155 

Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Lawrence Chemical 
Society 3,4. 



LYMAN, BRUCE TAFT p. 157 

Ad Board 3,4; Band 1,2,3; CA, Treas. 3, 
Pres. 4; Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4; Choral So- 
ciety 1,2; Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Deansmen 
3,4; Jordan-Ramsdell 2,3; Lawrence Chemi- 
cal Society 3,4; Student Ass't 2,3; Track 1.2; 
Phi Beta Kappa, 4; Honors in Chemistry; 
Cum Laude. 



LYNCH, KENNETH HAROLD p. 184 
Basketball 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 
4; Sociology Club 4. 



MacLACHLAN, DONALD LLOYD p. 155 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Jordan-Ramsdell 4; Stu- 
dent Ass't 3,4; Class Day. 



MacLEAN, DOUGLAS PRESCOTT p. 184 
Football 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 



MAKAS, ELAINE CHRISTINE p. 164 
CHDC 3,4; Mirror 4; Student 4. 



MANGANELLO, PAUL CARMINE p. 177 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3- 



MARCARELLI, MARY ELLEN p. 174 
Dean's List 1,2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Proc- 
tor 3; Women's Council, Treas. 3; Phi Beta 
Kappa 3; High Honors in History; Magna 
Cum Laude. 



MARECAUX, ROGER JAMES p. 184 
Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; OC 
1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 2,3,4. 



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MARSDEN, WENDELL HARRY p. 164 
CA 2,3,4; Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4; Choral So- 
ciety 1,2; Class Vice-Pres. 1; Dean's List 2,3, 
4; Deansmen 2,3, Leader 4; Ivy Day; Men's 
Council 4; Proctor 4; Student Ass't 3,4; 
Concert-Lecture Series Committee 3; Hon- 
ors in English. 



McBRIDE, HARRY COLIN p. 114 

History Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Psy- 
chology Club 3; Track 1; Rifle Club 3,4; In- 
ternational Students Club 4- 



McKlNNEY, DENYSE p. 164 

WARA 1, Sec'y 2; Dean's List 2; ]YA. 



McKITTRICK, THOMAS EDWIN p. 161 
Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ivy Day 3; 
Class Marshall 4. 



MILLER, ANITA MAXWELL p. 164 
Chapel Choir 1,2,4; Choral Society 4; Dean's 
List 1,2,4; JYA; CA 2,4; International Club 
4;Honors in English; Cum Laude. 



MILLER, DONALD BURR p. 184 

CA, Campus and Community Service Com- 
missioner 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Sociology 
Club 3,4; Student Ass't 4; Track, Ass't Mgr. 
2,3; International Club 4. 



MINER, MARTHA ANN p. 164 

Band 1; Intramurals 1,2. 

MITCHELL, JUDITH ELAINE p. 155 
Band 1,2,3; Choral Society 1; Dean's List 2, 
3,4; Robinson Players 2; SEA 4; Student 
Ass't 4; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Cum Laude. 

MOSSBERG, CHRISTER LENNART 

p. 174 
Ad Board 4; Men's Council 3, Pres. 4; OC 
1,2,3,4; Proctor 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 
1,2,3,4; Judicial Board, Chairman 4; Student- 
Faculty Conduct Committee. 

MOSSMAN, ROCKY WILD p. 165 

CA 1,2; Student 1,2,3. 



MOYHER, LINDA LOUISE p. 18} 

CA 2; Phi Sigma Iota 4; WARA 1; JYA; 
Spanish Club 1,2,4. 



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MURPHY, KEVIN JOSEPH p. 174 

Football 1,2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Intramu- 
ral* 1,2,3,4; SEA 3,4. 



MURPHY, SHIRLEY MARIE p. 167 
Choral Society 1,2; Dean's List 1,2,4; French 
Club 2,4; Intramurals 1,2; Phi Sigma Iota 4; 
JYA. 



MYERS, SARAH ELIZABETH p. 163 
Dean's List 2,3,4; Garnet 3; Ivy Day 3; 
Mirror, Art Editor 3; Student 2,3; Student 
Ass't 2; Class Day Committee 4; High Hon- 
ors in English. 



NICKERSON, BONNEY SPRAGUE p. 168 
Student Ass't 2. 



OSGOOD, MARILYN JEAN p. 183 

Chapel Choir 1,3,4; Choral Society 1; Dean's 
List 3; Merrimanders 1,2,3,4; Phi Sigma 
lota 3,4; Student Ass't 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4. 



PARIS, WILLIAM PETER p. 153 

Football 1,3; Intramurals 1,2; Jordan-Rams- 
dell 3,4; Men's Council 3,4; Proctor 3,4; 
SEA 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Track 3. 



PATTON, ELIZABETH p. 165 

CA 3; OC 1,2,3, Sec'y 4; Proctor 3; SEA 
3,4. 



PEARSON, WALTER HOWARD p. 155 
Dean's List 2; Debating 1,2, Mgr. 3; Jordan- 
Ramsdell 4; WRJR 1, News Director 2,4. 



PETERSON, ANDREA MARIE p. 165 
CA, Social Action Commissioner 3,4; Dean's 
List 1,2,3,4; Garnet 2,3; PA, Sec'y 3, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Proctor 3; Student Ass't 2,3,4; Wom- 
en's Council 3; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Cum 
Laude. 



PETERSON, BRUCE JON p. 155 

Dean's List 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; for- 
dan-Ramsdell 2,3, Pres. 4; Soccer 1,2,3, Capt. 
4; Student Ass't 4; Track 2; Phi Beta Kappa 
4; Honors in Biology. 



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PFAFFMAN, CHARLES BROOKS p. 181 
Choral Society 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Psy- 
chology Club 5,4; Robinson Players 1; Ski 
Team 2,3,4; WR]R 2, Technical Director 
3,4; CA 4. 



PH1LIPPI, DALE WILLIAM p. 158 

Class Treas. 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Law- 
rence Chemical Society 1,2,3,4; OC 2,3. 



PHILLIPS, CHARLES LEWIS III p. 155 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4- 



PIERCE, GLENN LEWIS p. 184 

CHDC, Treas. 2; Sociology Club, Pres. 2; 
Track, Co-Capt. 4- 



POLHAMUS, DONNA LEE p. 174 

Choral Society 1,2; Dean's List 3,4; History 
Club 4; Robinson Players 1,2; JYA. 



POWERS, RICHARD GARLAND p. 161 
Class Pres. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Student 
3, Assoc. Editor 4; Golf 1,2,3. 



PRESCOTT, SUSAN JANE p. 165 

Cum Laude. 



PRESTON, ANITA p. 182 

Dean's List 2,3,4; Mirror 4; Proctor 3; 

Christian Science Organization 1, Sec'y 2, 
Chairman 3- 



PUGLIESE, MARY-JANE p. 168 

Band 1,2; CA 1,2,4; Choral Society 1,2; 
French Club 1,2,4; Phi Sigma Iota 2,4; Rob- 
inson Players 2; JYA; SEA 1. 



RAFTER, WILLIAM SANFORD JR. 
Baseball 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 
2,3,4; Men's Council 3; Proctor 3; Sociol- 
ogy Club 5,4. 



RAMSEY, WILLIAM McCREA p. 165 
CA 2,5, Director of College Prep Seminar 4; 
International Club, Director 4; Dean's List 
3,4; Intramurals 5; SEA 5, Executive Board 
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RECCHIA, fOHN HENRY p. 177 

CA 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; OC 1,2,3,4; 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Math Club 4; International 
Students Club 4; ] ordan-Ramsdell 4. 



REID, MALCOLM PARKER p. 174 

CA, Director of Tutorial Program 4; History 
Club 1,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SEA, Coun- 
cil 4. 



RENAUD, CAROL JEAN p. 181 

Ad Board 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3; CHDC 1,2, 
Director 3, Chairman 4; WARA Intramurals 
1,2; Ivy Day 4; WARA 1,2. 



RICHARDSON, JANE p. 169 

Choral Society 1,2; Proctor 3; Robinson 
Players 2; Student Ass't 2; Women's Coun- 
cil 3, Vice-Chairman 4. 



ROGERS, STEVEN FRANCIS p. 181 
Intramurals 1,3,4. 



ROLFE, CHARLES PARKER p. 170 

Basketball 1,2; Dean's List 2; Intramurals 3, 



ROWE, NANCY SWOPE p. 184 

Proctor 3; Sociology Club 2,3,4; Student 
Ass't 3. 



RYDER, LOIS MARY p. 168 

CA 4; French Club 4; Intramurals 1,2; OC 
1,2,4; Robinson Players 1,2; WRJR 1; JYA. 



RYDER, RICHARD ALLEN p. 158 

Dean's List 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Law- 
rence Chemical Society 2,3,4; Student Ass't 4. 



SAUER, MARTIN CARL, JR. p. 177 
] ordan-Ramsdell 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Phys- 
ics Colloquium 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3. 



SCHENCK, SARA JUNE p. 182 

CA 1,2,3,4; Chapel Choir 1,2; Choral So- 
ciety 1; Dean's List 3; Psychology Club 3,4; 
Robinson Players 1,2,3; Sociology Club 3; 
Student Ass't 3,4; WARA 1,2,3,4. 



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SCOTT, CHARLES JEFFREY p. 175 

Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 



SEEBE, JULIETTE RUTH p. 168 

CHDC 2,4; French Club 2,4; WARA 4; » 
Robinson Players 1; WR]R 1; JYA; Span- 
ish Club 1; Class Day. 



SHIVELY, D ARIEL IRENE p. 17} 

Dean's List 1,2,4; Debating 1,2; History 
Club 1,4; Mirror 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; PA 4; 
Student Ass't 1,2; German Club 2; Class 
Day. 



SINGER, CHARLOTTE ANN p. 161 
Debating 1, Sec'y 2,3,4; Proctor 3,4; Wom- 
en's Council 3,4; Delta Sigma Rho 3,4. 



SKILLMAN, SALLY JEAN p. 182 

CA 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Psychology 
Club 2,3,4; SEA 2,3, Executive Board 4; 
Robinson Players 1; Sociology Club 2, Vice- 
Pres. 3,4; WRJR 1,2; American Field Serv- 
ice 1,2. 



SMITH, CYNTHIA MARGARET p. 156 
Dean's List 2; Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Proctor 
3,4; Senate 3; Student Ass't 4. 



SMITH, JEANETTE ELAINE p. 168 
Chapel Choir 1,2; Choral Society 1; Dean's 
List 2,3,4; French Club 2, Sec'y-Treas. 3, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Phi Sigma Iota 3, Pres. 4; 
WRJR 1; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Honors in 
French. 



SORENSON, RITA ANN p. 170 

Student Ass't 3; Art Association, Chairman 
3,4. 



SOUTH ALL, CATHERINE JANE p. 170 
Ad Board 3,4; CHDC 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 
2,4; Intramurals 2; Proctor 3; Senate 1, Sec'y 
2; Student Ass't 3,4; Women's Council 3, 
Chairman 4; Judicial Board, Co-Chairman 
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SPOONER, HELEN HILDRETH p. 151 
Band 1,2; Dean's List 3; OC, Equipment 
Room Director 2,3,4; Student Ass 1 ! 3,4. 



STAUFFER, ANN ELIZABETH p. 175 
OC 3, Publicity Director 4. 



STEINHEIMER, BARBARA GOODLATTE 

p. 175 
OC 1,2, Board 3,4; Co-Director Hickories 
3; Christian Science Organization, Chairman 
2,3. 



STEWART, LESLIE<JEANNE p. 182 
CA 3; Dean's List 2; Robinson Players 1,2, 
Sec"y 3, Pres. 4; Student Ass't 2,3,4; Class 
Day. 



STEWART, NANCY ALLAN p. 178 
Band 1; Jordan-Ramsdell 3,4; Student Ass't 
3,4; WRJR 2,3, Business Mngr. 4; Student 
Section, American Institute of Physics 2, 
Sec'y-Treas. 3,4. 



STONE, CHARLES RODNEY, JR. p. 175 
Football 1,2,3,4; Inlramurals 1,2,3,4. 



STRATTON, CHARLES WILLIAM IV 

p. 158 

Dean's List 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Law- 
rence Chemical Society 2,3, Pres. 4; Student 
Ass't 3; Honors in Chemistry. 



STRYCHAZ, FRANCES MAE p. 156 
Jordan-Ramsdell 4; Robinson Players 1; 
Senate 2; Student Ass't 4. 



SUTHERLAND, DAVID ALLAN p. 166 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Robinson Players 1,4; 
Track 1; WRJR 1,2, Program Director 3, 
General Mgr. 3,4. 



SW ANSON, CARLA LEE p. 166 

Senate 3; Student 1. 



THOMAS, CAROLYN BRYAN p. 182 
Dean's List 4; Psychology Club 4. 



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CA 1; Dean's List 1,2,3,4; ]ordan-Ramsdell 
3,4; Student Ass't 4; Phi Beta Kappa;. Cum 
Laude. 



TODD, THOMAS ALEXANDER p. 166 
Dean's List 2,3; Ivy Day 3; Robinson Play- 
ers 2,3, Executive Board 4 ;Student Ass't 3,4. 



TONER, ANN ELIZABETH p. 168 

French Club 3,4; Phi Sigma Iota 3, Sec'y- 
Treas. 4- 



TOWLE, PHILIP ANDERSON p. 175 
History Club 1,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jor- 
dan-Ramsdell 4; Student Ass't 4. 



TRAVERSO, MICHAEL, JR. p. 161 

Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Men's 
Council 4; Proctor 4. 



TUCKER, WILLIAM HARRIS p. 182 
CA 3,4; Dean's List 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; 
Men's Council, Treas. 4; Proctor 4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 3, Pres. 4. 



TULLER, DANIEL GEORGE p. 177 

Dean's List 3; Hockey Club 1,2,3,4; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3,4; Jordan-Ramsdell 4. 



WALL, CHARLES COLEMAN, JR. p. 175 
Band 1,2, Student Director 3,4; Class Pres. 
3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3,4; History Club 4; In- 
tramurals 1,2; Ivy Day 3; Student Ass't 3,4; 
Concert-Lecture Committee 3,4; Commence- 
ment Committee Class Day 4; Phi Beta Kap- 
pa 4; High Honors in History. 



WALLACE, DIANE CHRISTINE p. 170 
Ad Board, Vice-Chairman 4; CA 3; Dean's 
List 3,4; Intramurals 1,3; Robinson Players 
1; Student Ass't 4; Government Club 3; 
WARA 1; Government Club 3; WUS 3; 
Extracurricular Activities Committee 4; Hon- 
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Band 1,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Proctor 3; 
Student Ass't 3 ;WARA 1,2,3,4. 



WELLS, EDWARD LELAND, JR. p. 115 
History Club 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Student 1, 
2,3; Track 1,2,3. 



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WARA Intramurals 1,2,3; Mirror 4; Robin- 
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CA 3,4; Dean's List 3; Proctor 3; SEA 3; 
Robinson Players 2; Women's Council 3. 



WHITEHOUSE, DAVID CRAFTS, JR. 

p. 156 

Choral Society 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Jordan- 
Ramsdell 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Ass't 3,4; 
Tennis 1. 



WILSKA, JON GARY p. 156 

Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey Club 1,2,3,4; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3,4; Mirror 4; Senate 2,3; Sociol- 
ogy Club 1,2; Student 2,3, Sports Editor 4; 
Track 1,2. 



WILSON, BRUCE DAVID p. 166 

Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jor- 
dan-Ramsdell 3,4; OC 1,2,3,4; Student 2; 
WRJR 3; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Honors in 
Geology. 



WOODRUFF, HELEN CATHERINE 

p. 166 

Intramurals 1,2,3; Student Ass't 4- 



YOUNG, STEPHANIE LENORA p. 185 
Cheerleader 2,4; Phi Sigma Iota 4; JYA; 
Spanish Club 1,2,4; CA 2. 



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Faculty Directory 



GEORGE ROBERT HEALY, Ph.D. 

Dean of the Faculty 

Professor of History PP- 13 & 30 



BROOKS QUIMBY, Ed.M. 
Professor of Speech 



pp. 4 & 20 



ROBERT GEORGE BERKELMAN, M.A. 

Professor of English 

Secretary of the Faculty p. 10 



PERCY DESMOND WILKINS, M.S. 

Professor of Mathematics p- 24 



PAUL WHITBECK, M.A. 

Professor of English p- 1° 



LLOYD HENRY LUX, Ed.D. 
Professor of Physical Education for Men 
Director of Athletics 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN THOMAS, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry p- 35 



LESTER ROSS CUMMINS, Ph.D. 

Professor of Education 

Director of Guidance and Placement p. 41 



DAVID ROBERT SMITH, M.Mus. 

Professor of Music p- 70 



ALFRED JOHN WRIGHT, JR. Ph.D. 

Professor of French 

Chairman, Language Division p. 19 



ROBERT MAURICE CHUTE, D.Sc. 

Professor of Biology PP- 36 & 45 



CHARLES ROBERT NIEHAUS, Ph.D. 
Professor and Chairman, Cultural Heritage 

Sequence PP- 13 & 17 



JOSEPH D'ALFONSO, Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



ERNEST PAUL MULLER, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



p. 22 



p. 12 



RALPH JONATHAN CHANCES, Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics p- 14 



ROBERT FREEMAN KINGSBURY, Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics p. 38 



CHARLES HENRY STAUFFER, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 

Chairman, Natural Science Division p. 34 



GEORGE CROSS FETTER, Ph.D. 

Professor of Sociology p. 14 



JOHN KENNETH McCREARY, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Psychology p. 25 



CARROLL PLUMER BAILEY, M.S. 

Associate Professor of Physics p. 38 



LAVINIA MIRIAM SCHAEFFER, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Speech p. 20 



RICHARD MAURICE BRIGGS, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry p- 35 



JOHN JOSEPH MARGARONES, Ed.D. 
Associate Professor of Education p. 41 



ROBERT DOUGLAS SEWARD, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish and Russian p. 187 



ROBERT BROOKS WAIT, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



p. 37 



JOHN ANTHONY TAGLIABUE, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English p. 11 



WALTER SLOVENSKI, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men 

p. 54 



ROBERT WILSON HATCH, Ed.M. 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men 

p. 106 



RICHARD WOODBURY SAMPSON, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics p. 24 



DAVID WILLIAMS, M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



p. 14 



WILLIAM JOSEPH LEAHY, JR., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men 

p. 63 



ROY LOTHROP FARNSWORTH, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Geology p. 40 



GAROLD WESLEY THUMM, Ph.D. 
Professor of Government 
Chairman, Social Science Division 



EVELYN KATHRYN DILLON, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physical Education for Women p. 48 



AUGUST BUSCHMANN, M.A. 
Associate Professor of German 



PETER PAUL JONITIS, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Sociology 



p. 19 



p. 15 



ALEXIS ADELBERT CARON, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of French 



p. 19 



LELAND PETERMAN BECHTEL, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Psychology p. 25 



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MARK THOMAS CROWLEY, PhD. 

Professor of Biology p. 36 



ELEANOR HATHAWAY MORSE, B.C.S. 
Instructor in Secretarial Studies p. 41 



ALBERT ALLAN ANDERSON, M.A. 

Instructor in Cultural Heritage pp. 11 & 22 



JAMES GLENN BOYLES, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



JANET KATHARINE NELL, B.S. 
p. }4 Instructor in Physical Education for Women p. 48 



ALLAN WILLIAMS CAMERON, M.A.L.D. 
Instructor in Government p. 15 



HAROLD EDMUND HACKETT, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Biology p. 36 



RICHARD JONATHAN WARYE, Ph.D. 
Instructor in Speech p. 20 



CARL BENTON STRAUB, S.T.B. 
Instructor in Religion and Cultural Heritage 

pp. 16 & 23 



FRANCIS THEODORE WALTHER, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Economics p. 14 



BARBARA JANE GARCELON, M.A. 

Instructor in Spanish and German p. 19 



GEORGE LINDBERGH WIGTON, B.S. 
Instructor in Physical Education for Men p. 67 



WILLIAM JAMES MITCHELL, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Art p. 43 



JAMES SHENSTONE LEAMON, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of History p. 12 



DAVID ARTHUR NELSON, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 



JOSEPH FIELD GIBBS, B.S. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 



p. 10 



p. 39 



ROBERT JAMES HAVERS, M.A. 
Instructor in French 



WERNER JOHN DEIMAN, M.A. 
Instructor in English 



WU-SU P'AN, M.A. 
Instructor in History 



p- 19 



p. 10 



p. 13 



WILLIAM EVANS HANNUM, II, M.A. 
Instructor in English and Cultural Heritage 

pp. 11 & n 



DAVID WEYMOUTH WHEELER, M.A. 
Instructor in Sociology p. 15 



CARLETON EDWIN MORRILL, B.S. 

Part-Time Instructor in Chemistry p. 34 



ROBERT LEROY PAGE, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



ARTHUR MASON BROWN, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Religion 



p. 24 



p. 23 



DOUGLAS IRVING HODGKIN, Ph.D. 

Visiting Lecturer in Government p. 14 



KATHERINE MAE RANNEY, B.S. 

Instructor in Physical Education for Women p. 48 



WING-MING CHAN, M.A. 
Instructor in Philosophy 



p. 22 



Production Notes 



All photographs appearing in the 1967 MIRROR have been taken by Bates under- 
graduates with the exception of Senior portraits taken by Loring Studios of Portland, 
Maine. Students in Bates drawing and painting classes, under the direction of Mr. 
Mitchell supplied the art work included. 

The 1967 MIRROR was produced in an edition of 1,400 copies by T. O'Toole and 
Sons of South Norwalk, Connecticut, with David F. Lombard as the printer's repre- 
sentative. 

The book is printed on S. D. Warren's 100 pound Saxony stock. The type face is 
Garamond Lite and Garamond Lite italic, 8 and 10 point. The heads are 30 point Gara- 
mond Bold and 36 point Libra. The book is printed in black ink on a 133 hne screen. 

The covers were produced by the S. K. Smith Company from an original design. The 
material is Riverside Chambray Cloth. 

The volume was bound in sixteen page signatures, using the Smythe-Sew process. 



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